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Asiana Airlines is a South Korean airlines, headquartered in Asiana Town, Seoul.
Asiana Airlines serves destinations on four continents with a well-developed Asian network that includes important cities in the People's Republic of China, Japan, Southeast Asia and Central Asia. The airline serves a number of gateway cities in North America and Europe while retaining a limited coverage of Oceania.
The airline has its domestic hub based at Gimpo International Airport and its international hub at Incheon International Airport. This is located 70 kilometres from central Seoul.
Asiana Airlines is a member of Star Alliance, operating 90 international and 14 domestic passenger routes, throughout Europe, Asia, North America and Oceania.
Asiana Airlines has codeshare agreements with the following airlines:
Air New Zealand
All Nippon Airways
China Southern Airlines
LOT Polish Airlines
Singapore Airlines (Trans Pacific Joint Venture Pathner)
South African Airways
4th June 2018
H+S Aviation to Support PW901 APUs Onboard Asiana Airlines Fleet
H+S Aviation, a BBA Aviation Global Engine Services company, announces an agreement with Asiana Airlines, a Star Alliance member, to provide MRO support to the PW901 auxiliary power units (APUs) fitted on Asiana Airlines’ Boeing 747-400 fleet for the next five years.
H+S Aviation received the first PW901 APU in February at its dedicated APU maintenance facility in Portsmouth, UK, where the company provides repair, overhaul and exchange support for Asiana Airlines.
“H+S is delighted to be partnering with Asiana over the five-year contract. We will provide a cost-effective service, which is imperative to all airlines, at the high-quality standard we are known for.” Lisa Cooper, H+S Aviation Commercial Manager said.
H+S Aviation is a Pratt & Whitney Canada Corp. Designated Overhaul Facility for the PW901 APU. The company provides major repair, AOG parts support and OEM warranty repairs for Boeing 747-400 and Boeing 747-8 fleets. For more information on the recent agreement with Asiana Airlines or H+S Aviation’s support of the PW901 APU, contact your regional engine manager by visiting HSaviation.co.uk/contact.
H+S Aviation and Dallas Airmotive have delivered world-class turbine engine service and support to the aviation industry for more than 80 years. The companies have established a global engine network through OEM authorisations to provide comprehensive services and support for engines powering the majority of the world’s B&GA and rotorcraft fleets. Their network includes engine MRO centres in Portsmouth, UK and Dallas, Texas, as well as 9 regional turbine centres throughout the world. This extensive network is supported by the aviation industry’s largest field support team, including more than 50 field personnel.
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BBA Aviation plc is a market leading, global aviation support and aftermarket services provider, primarily focused on servicing the Business and General Aviation (B&GA) market. We support our customers through three principal businesses: Signature Flight Support and Signature TECHNICAirTM which provide premium, full service flight and home base support including refuelling, ground handling, hangarage and MRO services through the world’s largest fixed base operation (FBO) network for B&GA users with around 200 locations covering key destinations in North America, Europe, South America, Caribbean, Africa and Asia. Ontic is a leading provider of high-quality equipment and cost-effective solutions for the continuing support of maturing and legacy aerospace platforms with locations in the USA, Europe and Asia.
1st May 2018
Asiana opens direct Seoul-Venice flights
Asiana Airlines, the country’s second-largest air carrier, has launched a direct air route to Italy’s Venice that operates three times a week, marking the first case among East Asian airlines, according to company officials.
A launch ceremony took place Tuesday at the presence of Asiana Airlines CEO Kim Soo-cheon and other officials at Incheon International Airport Terminal 1, the company said.
Venice is the local carrier’s sixth direct European destination following Frankfurt, London, Paris, Istanbul and Rome.
For improved customer service, the new route will head to Venice every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday via 300 seat B777-200 aircraft equipped with “Business Smartium” seats that can recline up to 180 degrees.
To promote the new route, the company will hold various discount promotions and special mark offs on all routes to Europe until July 30.
Seeking to expand the number of its long-distance routes, Asiana Airlines is set to offer charter flights to Oslo, Norway in July and open a new route to Barcelona, Spain, in August.
17th April 2018
Asiana Airlines to fly to Venice, Rome nonstop, signs pact with Lufthansa Technik
Kim E-bae, executive vice president of corporate support at Asiana Airlines Inc., second from left, poses with Johannes Bussmann, chief executive of Lufthansa Technik AG, far right, after signing a total component maintenance agreement for Asiana’s B777 fleet in Hamburg, Germany, on Wednesday, local time.
Striving to stay competitive against the ascension of budget carriers, South Korea’s second-largest full-service carrier Asiana Airlines Inc. has reinforced its long-haul fleet and route and upgraded quality control through expanded partnership with Germany’s Lufthansa Technik AG, a leading provider of maintenance, repair, and overhaul services for aircrafts and their engines and components.
Under the agreement that was signed in Hamburg, Asiana Airlines will receive component maintenance and repair service from Lufthansa Technik for its B777 fleet for 10 years starting this year. The latest agreement is part of a long-term partnership Asiana Airlines has established with Lufthansa Technik over a span of more than two decades, starting with a repair contract signed in 1994 for CF6 engine of B747 and B767 aircrafts. It also forged agreements on component maintenance for A320 V2500 engine and A380 aircraft airframe as well as maintenance component supply for Asiana Airlines’ A320 and A350 fleet.
Lufthansa Technik was founded in 1994 after it spun off from Deutsche Deutsche Lufthansa AG as an independent corporation providing maintenance, repair, and overhaul services for civil aircrafts as well as engines and components. The Hamburg-based company with 35 subsidiaries currently provides technical aircraft services to Lufthansa, British Airways, and Finnair.
Asiana Airlines separately announced that it received its fifth high-technology A350 jet from Airbus and placed it on its long-haul route. The jet arrived at Incheon International Airport on Wednesday after departing from Toulouse, France, the home of Airbus headquarters.
Asiana Airlines, which has been moving to expand its mid- to long-haul flights to remain competitive against emerging low-cost carriers, received four A350 jets last year and plans to add two more this year. The airline will add two new non-stop cities Venice and Barcelona each in May and August, the first expansion in its European route after flying directly to Rome from 2015.
1st February 2018
Croatia Airlines, Asiana Airlines sign code share agreement
State-controlled flag carrier Croatia Airlines said it has signed a code share agreement with South Korea's Asiana Airlines, which paves the way for sharing Seoul-bound flights via Frankfurt, London and Paris.
Passengers flying Croatia Airlines from Zagreb, Dubrovnik and Split will now have access to Seoul from transit spots in London, Paris and Frankfurt, and vice versa, the Croatian company said in a statement.
"By concluding this agreement and by building a joint product, both companies expect even better positioning in a highly competitive passenger transport market between Croatia and South Korea," Croatia Airlines noted.
Asiana Airlines is an airline based in Seoul, the capital of South Korea.
From Seoul, it flies to 63 destinations around the world, including cities in North America, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Australia.
Croatia Airlines already has code share agreements with United Airlines, Air Canada, Singapore Airlines, Air India, and most of the European airlines in the Star Alliance network.
19th December 2017
Asiana Airlines is set to fly non-stop European routes bringing both Venice and Barcelona into its network
Korean carrier Asiana Airlines is set to fly two new non-stop European routes next year, bringing both Venice and Barcelona into its network.
Both cities have previously been flown to as occasional charter services by Asiana since 2014 – this year it flew to Venice from June to October and to Barcelona in September and October – however these new services will soon operate as regular scheduled flights.
The Venice route is currently set to launch on May 1, 2018 as a three-times-weekly service flying on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday between Seoul’s Incheon International Airport and Venice Marco Polo International Airport. This will then be followed by Barcelona on August 30, which will be served four times per week on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Both routes will see Asiana’s two-class Boeing 777-200s deployed on the route. Asiana has 11 B777s in its fleet and a number of slightly varying configurations. The good news for travellers on these routes is that both Venice and Barcelona will be getting the airline’s newer, fully flat Business Smartium seats as opposed to the regular business class offering.
22nd September 2017
Asiana increases United domestic US codeshare in W17
Asiana Airlines from 29OCT17 is expanding codeshare partnership with United, as OZ-coded flight numbers being placed on additional 13 domestic US routes. Planned new codeshare routes as follow.
Asiana Airlines operated by UNITED
San Francisco – Atlanta
San Francisco – Austin
San Francisco – Boston
San Francisco – Chicago O’Hare
San Francisco – Dallas/Ft. Worth
San Francisco – Detroit
San Francisco – Kansas City
San Francisco – Los Angeles
San Francisco – Minneapolis/St. Paul
San Francisco – Reno
San Francisco – St. Louis
San Francisco – San Diego
San Francisco – Washington Dulles
21nd September 2017
Asiana Airlines increases Sapporo flights in 1Q18
Asiana Airlines in the second-half of winter season plans to increase Seoul Incheon – Sapporo New Chitose frequency, currently served 7 weekly. From 01JAN18 to 28FEB18, overall service will increase to 11 weekly, with new morning departure from Seoul.
Airbus A321 aircraft operates this route.
OZ184 ICN0800 – 1040CTS 321 x246
OZ174 ICN1420 – 1700CTS 321 D
OZ183 CTS1150 – 1500ICN 321 x246
OZ173 CTS1810 – 2110ICN 321 D
15th September 2017
Asiana Airlines extends Phu Quoc charters to February 2018
Asiana Airlines in recent schedule update extended planned Seoul Incheon – Phu Quocscheduled charter service. Set to commence on 30SEP17, the 2 weekly service will now be operating until 28FEB18 inclusive, with Airbus A321 aircraft.
Following schedule is effective 01NOV17 – 28FEB18.
OZ7315 ICN1900 – 2250PQC 321 36
OZ7325 PQC2355 – 0710+1ICN 321 36
8th September 2017
Asiana Airlines’ Q2 OP up 48.7 percent to highest in 6 years
South Korea’s full-service carrier Asiana Airlines Inc. on Thursday reported a 48.7 percent on-year increase in operating income for the second quarter ended June sharp reduction in passengers from China amid ongoing diplomatic row between Seoul and Beijing over the deployment of United States’ Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) anti-missile system in Korea.
According to the company’s regulatory filing on Thursday, the country’s second-largest carrier posted 42.8 billion won ($37.5 million) in operating profit on a consolidated basis in the April to June period, up 48.7 percent from the same period last year. Sales rose 8.5 percent to 1.49 trillion won over the same period, whereas net loss widened to 74.8 billion won from 26.7 billion won due to foreign currency loss.
Both operating income and sales mark the highest for the second quarter since 2011, thanks to efforts made by the carrier to diversify destinations and introduce new equipment.
Shares of Asiana closed Thursday at 5,250 won, up 1.94 percent or 100 won from the previous session.
For the first half of 2017, operating profit jumped 7 percent to 69.1 billion won on sales of 2.9 trillion won, up 7.5 percent from the same period last year. Net income in the January to June period also increased 19.9 percent to 21.3 billion won.
Asiana Airlines said it offset passenger losses from China through expansion of routes to other destinations. It increased flights to Southeast Asia and Japan to make up for the lower travel demand from China and enhanced marketing on destinations to and from the United States and Europe.
The carrier raised 55 percent higher revenue from its Europe routes in the second quarter compared with a year-ago period.
Asiana Airlines also saw 11 percent higher revenue from domestic flights during the cited period due to increased travel to Jeju Island.
Cargo revenue jumped 23.8 percent on-year benefiting from the semiconductor boom.
Asiana Airlines announced it was offering business travellers on B747s the choice of flying in first-class seats for an additional fee
The airline does not offer first-class cabins on flights other than New York, Los Angeles and Frankfurt routes, which utilize the A380. However, the B747s are fitted with 10 first-class seats that can be used by business travelers who choose to upgrade to royal business. The upgrade costs 50,000 won (US$45) one-way for flights to Japan, China and Northeast Asia, and 100,000 won for flights to Southeast Asia. The service only offers first-class seats, with other services and mileage points following business class standards.
Further in June 2017, Asiana Airlines announced that it had selected Honeywell to supply the required power to start an aircraft's main engines and run air conditioning while the plane is on the ground for a more comfortable passenger onboarding experience. With Honeywell's auxiliary power units, Asiana Airlines can also improve operational performance and lower maintenance costs over the life cycle of its fleet to achieve significant fuel savings year over year.
Asiana Airlines announced a limited-time Osaka - Honolulu charters in August 2017
Asiana Airlines during the month of August 2017 once again scheduled limited-time operation on Osaka Kansai – Honolulu route, in partnership with local tour operators in Japan. Airbus A330-300 aircraft will operate this sector on 10AUG17 and 14AUG17.
OZ2323 KIX2100 – 1005HNL 333 10AUG17
OZ2323 KIX1930 – 0835HNL 333 14AUG17
OZ2313 HNL1155 – 1520+1KIX 333 10AUG17
OZ2313 HNL1005 – 1330+1KIX 333 14AUG17
Asiana Airlines announced it had taken delivery of its maiden A350-900 following a handing-over ceremony at Toulouse
On lease from SMBC Aviation Capital, HL8078 is one of four aircraft of the type that will be delivered from Airbus to the South Korean carrier this year. A further two are due in 2018. The type's maiden service is scheduled for May 15 with flights between Seoul Incheon and Manila Ninoy Aquino Int'l. Thereafter, flights to Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok are slated for May 16 followed by Osaka Kansai on June 15.
7th September 2017
Asiana Airlines announced changes to its planned Seoul Incheon - Tokyo Narita service
Asiana Airlines yesterday made further adjustment to its planned Seoul Incheon – Tokyo Narita service, scheduled from 29OCT17. Latest adjustment, mainly focusing on aircraft changes, as follow.
OZ102/101 A380 replaces 777-200ER (Previously reported)
OZ106/105 767 replaces A321, except selected dates
OZ108/107 remains unchanged with A321
Previously reported on Airlineroute, the Star Alliance member will reduce this route from 4 to 3 daily from 29OCT17.
10th August 2017
Asiana Airlines Q2 OP up 48.7% percent to highest in 6 years
South Korea’s full-service carrier Asiana Airlines Inc. on Thursday reported a 48.7 percent on-year increase in operating income for the second quarter ended June sharp reduction in passengers from China amid ongoing diplomatic row between Seoul and Beijing over the deployment of United States’ Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) anti-missile system in Korea. According to the company’s regulatory filing on Thursday, the country’s second-largest carrier posted 42.8 billion won ($37.5 million) in operating profit on a consolidated basis in the April to June period, up 48.7 percent from the same period last year. Sales rose 8.5 percent to 1.49 trillion won over the same period, whereas net loss widened to 74.8 billion won from 26.7 billion won due to foreign currency loss. Both operating income and sales mark the highest for the second quarter since 2011, thanks to efforts made by the carrier to diversify destinations and introduce new equipment.
20th July 2017
Asiana Airlines A350s takes off with Panasonic Avionics
Asiana Airlines, one of Asia's largest carriers, has begun revenue service with its first A350 aircraft using Panasonic Avionics Corporation's (Panasonic) industry-leading inflight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) solution. This first aircraft, which was line fit with Panasonic solutions by Airbus, entered passenger service on May 15th having been delivered to the carrier on April 26th .Panasonic's eX3 system delivers a premium passenger experience through features including audio and video on demand, and a massive content library that can offer over 50 movies, 60 TV shows, games, music and more. The aircraft will also offer Panasonic's global connectivity service - the only broadband inflight connectivity service operating in every country in the world today - enabling passengers to access the internet via broadband inflight Wi-Fi, and to send and receive calls and text messages.
7th July 2017
South Korea’s second largest full-service carrier Asiana Airlines Co. has decided to temporarily reduce the operation of six international routes with low traffic to offset losses caused by the sharp fall in the number of Chinese visitors to Korea amid the Beijing-Seoul diplomatic row over Korea’s deployment of the U.S.-supplied THAAD missile shield system.
The brief suspension, typically imposed for less than a month during crisis situations such as terrorist attacks or epidemic outbreaks, comes after China’s prolonged travel ban on Korea. Asiana Airlines was hit harder than its peers by the ban as its Chinese services make up 19.5 percent of its total revenue, higher than the industry average of 11 percent.
8th April 2017
Asiana Airlines abd Samsung Electronics will launch a special edition of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus that airline members can buy with mileage points. Members can buy the phones at a reduced price with 30,000 mileage points. Samsung will only sell 2,000 units of the special edition, and customers can apply for it between April 7 - April 17 2017, which are the same dates for pre-ordering the regular versions.
The customized edition has a specially made Asiana theme and the home screen displays the airline's logo when turned on.
26th April 2017
Asiana Airlines delivers its first Airbus 350-900
Asiana Airlines has delivered its first Airbus A350-900 which is the first of its type to be operated by a Korean airline. Asiana Airlines has ordered 30 A350s and will fly initally from Seoul to Hong Kong and Manilla beginning of May 2017. The aircraft are powered by Rolls Royce Trent XWB-84 engines.
Later in 2017, the airline will fly the aircraft on premier long-haul routes to Europe and the US, beginning with services from Seoul to London and San Francisco.
The A350-900s are comprised of a 3 Class layout, with 311 seats - 36 Premium Economy, 28 Business Class and 247 Economy Class seats. Premium Economy is a new passenger class for Asiana.
13th April 2017
Asiana Airlines and Hong Kong Airlines enter codeshare partnership
Asiana Airlines and Hong Kong Airlines have entered into codeshare partnership to provide more flight options to travellers flying between Hong Kong and Seoul, the capital city of Korea. Under the agreement, Hong Kong Airlines and Asiana Airlines place their marketing codes on each other’s flights between Hong Kong and Seoul. The codeshare allows customers of both Hong Kong Airlines and Asiana Airlines to choose from a total of 5 daily flights when they travel between the two Asian business cities. By connecting the hubs of the two airlines, the codeshare does not only benefit customers travelling between Hong Kong and Seoul, it also allows travellers to seamlessly transfer when they travel on an itinerary to or from other destinations that includes flights operated by both carriers.
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Seats and Facilities
Economy class ticket holders can enjoy plenty of legroom ,recliner seats and in flight entertainment Power system is provided to allow you to use your laptop. Flights operate from London Heathrow.
In-Flight Meal Service
Asiana airlines inflight meals vary depending on your flight time and of course your class of travel. The airline offers a wide range of traditional Korean dishes inflight and wines.
Each Passenger of Economy Class is allowed to bring one piece of baggage of 23kg (50lbs) free of charge. First and Business Class ticket holders have more flexibility.
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