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Asiana Airlines Business Class Flights

Asiana Airlines, a Star Alliance member, first commenced operations in 1988. Despite being such a relatively new company, Asiana has quickly grown into a top global airline. It is one of South Korea’s premier airlines, with headquarters in Seoul. The international hub is located at Incheon International Airport (ICN), and its domestic hub is at Gimpo International Airport (GMP). Asiana Airlines operates 79 international passenger routes to 23 countries and 65 cities, and is constantly adding new destinations to its roster. With a fleet of 82 aircraft, consisting of Airbus and Boeing models, Asiana completes on average of 295 daily flights and serves 17 million passengers every year. Asiana’s world-class service has maintained a 5-star Skytrax rating for 9 years in a row since 2007 and is the recipient of numerous awards, including ‘Airline of the Year’ according to Air Transport World in 2009, Skytrax in 2010, Global Traveler in 2011, and Premier Traveler/Business Traveler in 2012. Asiana business class flights are in a league of their own, and experienced luxury bloggers consistently rave about the services, facilities, and amenities included with premium tickets.

Asiana Airlines operates flights to four continents and has one of the most well developed networks within Asia, with routes connecting major cities in Southeast and Central Asia, Japan, and China. There are six routes operated by Asiana Airlines that go to and from the United States. These are between Seoul and New York (JFK), Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA), Chicago (ORD), and Honolulu (HNL). Routes between Seoul and Europe exist between Seoul and London (LHR), Rome (FCO), Istanbul (IST), Paris (CDG), and Frankfurt (FRA). Other Asian destinations that Seoul connects to include New Delhi (DEL), Manila (MNL), Bangkok (BKK), Singapore (SIN), Taipei (TPE), Hanoi (HAN), Ho Chi Minh (SGN), Phuket (HKT), Beijing (PEK), Shanghai Pudong (PVG), Shanghai Hongqiao (SHA), Hong Kong (HKG), and many more. Asiana also provides services in Oceania between Seoul and Sydney (SYD), Palau (ROR), and Saipan (SPN). Within the last year, the airline expanded to include seasonal flights to Venice and brand new regular flights to Barcelona and Jinan.

New York
Business Class $2,419
San Francisco
Business Class $2,324
Los Angeles
Business Class $2,398
Business Class $2,497
Business Class $2,482
Business Class $2,396
Business Class $2,423
Business Class $2,403
Business Class $2,324
Fares are TOTAL, starting prices, round trip, per traveler, including taxes and fees. One way flights are up to 50% less. Prices are subject to change and depend on availability at time of booking. No fare can be guaranteed until a ticket is issued.

There are two different types of Asiana business class flights available. The original business class cabin is available on Boeing 747-400s, 777-200ERs, and 767-300s, and on Airbus A330-300s, A321-100s, and A321-200s. These premium seats feature near-flat bed-type seating that ensures a comfortable journey. Seats are extra wide and are equipped with seat partitions so that you can enjoy traveling in privacy. The automatic control system included with each seat ensures that the seat is fully customizable for each individual passenger’s shape and is designed to accommodate any movement. Each seat is also equipped with an in-flight entertainment system with a wide selection of music, movies, television shows, and games. Universal power supplies, satellite phones, and in-flight SMS and email capabilities are also available. The second type of business class flight is called Business Smartium. These brand new, state-of- the- art seats are arranged in a staggered layout that allows for direct access to the aisle from every single seat. Asiana Airlines was the first Korean airline to adopt the staggered layout configuration. The seats lie fully flat, reclining 180 degrees to transform into a supremely comfortable bed. The lighting is designed to be completely customizable for each passenger, and every seat is equipped with a bright LED lamp that provides an excellent reading environment while being soft on the eyes. Passengers will pass the time pleasantly with the on-demand entertainment system that provides dozens of movies and more. In addition to personal high-definition monitors, each seat is also supplied with a power outlet and USB port, an extra-wide cocktail table, multipurpose storage under the seat, a satellite phone, and SMS and email capabilities. Business class travelers are also provided with an amenity kit that contains premium cosmetics, earplugs, an eye mask, stationary, slippers, and more.


Another great benefit to traveling on Asiana business class flights is the phenomenal in-flight meal service. Travelers are given the option between international or Korean meals. The international menu is prepared by La Cucina, which is the oldest and most renowned Italian restaurant in South Korea. These delicious meals are always prepared using the freshest seasonal ingredients by top-notch chefs. The Korean meals may include such favorites as bibimbap, tteok-galbi, and bulgalbi. Asiana has been the recipient of the coveted Mercury Awards Gold Prize for international in-flight catering, so rest assured, whichever menu you order from, your meal is going to be incredible. The airline is careful to provide a top selection of delicious international wines that are hand picked by respected sommeliers to complement your meal. Wines to choose from include high-end champagnes, reds, whites, and even dessert wines for finishing up your meal, not to mention the wide array of top-shelf spirits, cognacs, and more.

When you purchase premium flight tickets, you also gain access to the wonderfully relaxing and exclusive business class lounges in the airport. Within the lounge, you’re free to stretch out and relax while you enjoy the movies, TV shows, magazines, and newspapers provided. Sleeping rooms allow tired travelers to catch up on some shut-eye in complete privacy before or after flights, or travelers can treat themselves to a massage or an invigorating spa treatment. Nothing beats freshening up in the shower room after a long flight, and the shower suites at the business class lounge are always well stocked with fresh warm towels and premium toiletries. Travelers wishing to get some work done can head over to the business center, where they can take advantage of discreet work cubicles, office supplies, printers, computers, and more, ensuring maximum efficiency.

Book Asiana business class flights with the help of a specialized luxury travel agency and you’ll be guaranteed to get the best tickets available at the best prices possible. These agencies have access to flight databases unavailable to the general public, thus saving their clients lots of time and money. Regardless of whether you are making a quick business trip or going on a dream vacation, premium tickets guarantee that you’ll have an unforgettable experience.