Asiana Airlines

The headquarters of airline Asiana Airlines are in Seoul, the capital of South Korea. The South Korean airline offers flights to four continents out of its main operating hubs in Seoul - Gimpo International Airport and Incheon International Airport. Asiana Airlines is a member of Star Alliance and has codeshare agreements with numerous leading airlines including Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways. Established in 1988, Asiana Airlines has grown to become one of South Korea’s primary airlines and is also the parent company of Air Seoul.

*This information is correct as of February 2017

Why Fly with Asiana Airlines

How to Check in

Passengers flying with Asiana Airlines have the option to check-in online, or alternatively you can do things the conventional way by checking in at an airport counter. For those wishing the check-in online, the service is available from 48 hours up to 1 hour before international flights and 30 minutes before domestic flights. During the online check-in process, travelers are also able to select a preferred seat and will receive a boarding pass.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

Asiana Airlines flights allow passengers to bring checked baggage, although your allowance will depend on your flight route and cabin class. On most international flights, passengers in Economy Class can bring one item of baggage up to 23kg, while Business Class travelers are entitled to bring two items up to 32kg each and First Class passengers can check-in three items up to 32kg each. All passengers can also carry hand baggage on board -Economy travelers can bring one item up to 10kg, while Business and First Class passengers can take two items up to 10kg. A further personal item such as a laptop or handbag can also be taken on board free of charge.


Asiana Airlines flights offer a regular Economy Class alongside luxurious Business and First Class seating for those who like to travel in style. Economy seats offer generous legroom with a seat pitch of 31-34 inches, while in Business Class travelers can stretch out with a seat pitch of 53-80 inches and lie flat seats. Those in First Class can look forward to a private suite or flat bed with vast legroom of 78-84 inches.

Booking Fees

Booking with Asiana Airlines will not incur any hidden fees or charges.

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