Asiana Airlines is one of South Korea's two largest airlines. As a flag carrier, it enjoys special government rights to conduct international business. The headquarters is located in the same building in the state capital Seoul. Turnstiles are the internal airports in Gimpo and Incheon. Other base airports are in Jeju and Gimhae.
The parent company is the Kumho Asiana Group. Asiana Airlines is the principal shareholder in the low-cost airline Air Busan and owner of Air Seoul, an offshoot of its own low-cost airline. The airline is sponsoring the Korean national football team. As a member of the international aviation alliance Star Alliance, the airline operates 14 national and 90 international routes as well as 27 cargo routes in Asia, North America, Europe and Oceania. Major destinations are China, Japan, Southeast Asia and Central Asia.
From 2016, international expansion stalled somewhat after the Vladivostok, Denpasar and Yangon routes proved to be of little value. The management decided to introduce a second budget airline, Air Seoul, to successfully serve these routes. Codeshare agreements exist with numerous reputed airlines.
👜 Baggage regulations at Asiana Airlines
The limits for free baggage depend on the booking classes and membership status in the Asiana Club. In addition, the baggage regulations are divided into domestic, American and non-America routes. In the five member classes, you can place one to three pieces of luggage weighing between 20 and 50 kg and one piece of carry-on luggage up to 10 kg. Also allowed is an additional bag for laptop, baby clothes or personal items. The individual weight and flight classes are clearly listed on the homepage of Asiana Airlines.
🕗 Asiana Airlines Web Check-in
You can check-in on Asiana Airlines homepage or mobile app 48 hours prior to departure.