Headquartered in Seoul, this South Korean airline is one of the two main South Korean airlines, and has its domestic hub at Gimpo International Airport. A member of Star Alliance, the airline has code share agreements with many airlines. You can reach over 1,290 destinations in over 189 countries on more than 21,000 daily flights thanks to the Star Alliance Network of airlines. It has 14 domestic and 90 international passenger routes, and 27 cargo routes throughout Asia, Europe, North America, and Oceania. It has a fleet of 82, with another 38 in orders. The airline has code share agreements with Air Astana, Air Busan, Air China, Air Canada, Myanmar Airways International, South African Airways, Thai Airways International, Qantas, Air India, Ethiopian Airlines, Air New Zealand, United Airlines, and Shandong Airlines among many others. Asiana Airlines offers five classes of services – First Suite class, First class, Business Smartium class, Business class and Travel (economy) class. Seat configurations and in-flight entertainment systems vary by the type of the aircraft and its operating routes. First Suite class and First class are mainly offered in between Seoul and Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago and Frankfurt. Book your ticket on Asiana today, with TravelCenter, and receive great deals, amazing baggage allowance, and unbelievable discounts and fly to any destination of your choice.
The airline serves destinations on four continents with an extremely well-developed Asian network that includes important cities in the People's Republic of China, Japan, Southeast Asia and Central Asia. Asiana Airways serves a number of gateway cities in North America and Europe while also maintaining a limited coverage of Oceania. The first airline to develop regular passenger routes between Seoul and Tashkent, Almaty, Siem Reap, Phnom Penhand Koror, Asiana Airways has a well-connected route network. Apart from the regular routes, Asiana also has served a number of seasonal charter routes from Seoul to particular tourist attractions such as Brunei, Nha Trang, Qiqihar and Zhangjiajie. Asiana Cargo, the airline's subsidiary for cargo, also has a wide network, especially in Europe and North America, and currently serves some of the cities for which Asiana does not offer regular passenger services, such as Brussels, Vienna, Milan, Atlanta, Dallas/Fort Worth, Miami, Portland and Oslo. With plans to launch a new passenger route between Seoul and Wuxi by December 2013, and trying to achieve a new traffic right for a Korea-Mongolia route, Asiana is also considering larger and more investment in Seoul-Central Asia routes, including launching a new service to Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, by February 2014.
|Airline Code||: OZ|
|Contact Number||: 44-845-602-9900|
|Frequent Flyer Program||: Asiana Club|
|Lounge||: Asiana Lounges|