Asiana Airlines

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Asiana Airlines is the second-largest Korean private airline that operates flights to destinations in Asia, North America, Europe, and Oceania.


The airline is since its foundation owned by Kumho Asiana Group. This group possesses about one-third of the airlines stock. The airline has two airline subsidiaries: Air Busan and Air Seoul. Asiana Airlines has over 10,000 employees.

Parent company
Kumho Asiana Group
Star Alliance
Frequent Flyer Program
Asiana Club


Asiana Airlines was founded in 1988 as Seoul Airlines.


Passengers traveling in Asian Airlines’ Economy Class are permitted to bring 1 piece of cabin luggage with a maximum weight of 10 kg with them while passengers traveling in Business or First Class can bring 2 pieces of cabin baggage of each 10 kg on board. In addition, passengers are allowed to bring 1 extra personal item. The amount of permitted checked luggage depends on the travel class and destination. Passengers traveling to the US in Economy Class can bring 1 piece of checked luggage with a maximum weight of 23 kg while passengers flying to other destinations are allowed to bring 2 pieces of checked luggage of 23 kg. Business Class passengers are permitted to bring 2 pieces of checked luggage with a maximum weight of 32 kg on all flights while First Class passengers can bring 3 pieces of 32 kg. Please consult website Asiana Airlines for more information.

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In-flight Wi-Fi

Asiana Airlines offers in-flight Wi-Fi connectivity on its Airbus A350 aircraft at an additional fee. Please consult website Asiana Airlines for more information.


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