Asiana Airlines

Asiana Airlines:

Company Name –Asiana Airlines
Airline Code- OZ
Asiana Club (from US)-1-800-227-4262
Asiana Club (from GB)-44-20-7304-9900
Reservations (from US)-1-888-437-7718
EMail –NA
Get Online Help –Official Website

Asiana Town, #47 Osae-dong,

Kangseo-Ku P.O.

Box 48 157-713

Frequent Flyer Program-

Asiana Club

Lounge-Asiana Lounges
Airline Alliance-Star Alliance
Service Time –24/7 365
Best Time Call –NA
Calling Department – 



Asiana Airlines Inc. is a South Korean aircraft settled in Seoul. In 2019, it represented 25% of South Korea’s international aviation market and 20% of its homegrown market. It keeps up with its international center point at Seoul’s Incheon International Airport and its homegrown center points at Gimpo International Airport, likewise in Seoul, and Gimhae International Airport in Busan.
As an individual from Star Alliance, it works 90 international traveler highways, 14 homegrown and 27 freight courses all through Asia, Europe, North America, and Oceania. As of December 2014, the organization utilizes 10,183 individuals. Most of Asiana’s pilots, ground staff, and flight orderlies are situated in Seoul. Asiana Airlines is the biggest investor in Air Busan, a minimal expense local transporter joint endeavor with Busan Metropolitan City. The aircraft additionally holds a 100% portion of Air Seoul, an auxiliary and its own minimal expense transporter. 


Korean Air, which was gained by Hanjin Transportation in 1969, had a restraining infrastructure on the South Korean carrier industry until the foundation of Asiana in 1988. Asiana’s development didn’t occur as an approach drive preferring changed economic situations yet rather due to pressure from other chaebols and interests who needed to contend. It was framed by the Kumho Asiana Group and was initially known as Seoul Air International. Asiana was set up on 17 February 1988 and began its working from December 1988 with flights to Busan. Starting in 2007 the aircraft was claimed by private financial backers (30.53%), Kumho Industrial (29.51%), Kumho Petrochemical (15.05%), unfamiliar financial backers (11.9%), Korea Development Bank (7.18%), and others (5.83%).

Corporate affairs:

The carrier has its global headquarters in Seoul at the Asiana Town in Osoe-dong, Gangseo-gu, Seoul. Dong. On 1 April 1998, the carrier’s administrative center moved from Hoehyeon-dong, Jung Region to Asiana Town in Osoe-dong.

Financial Crisis:

In April 2019, Asiana Airlines parent organization, Kumho Asiana Group reported their arrangement to offer Asiana Airlines as an answer for its monetary emergency.
The offer of Asiana Airlines started in July 2019. In June 2019, Aekyung Group, the parent organization of Korean minimal expense transporter Jeju Air, was considered as a solid contender to dominate. Korean Air’s parent organization, Hanjin Group, and SK Group additionally thought about buying. On 25 July 2019, Kumho Asiana Group, the parent organization of Asiana Airlines authoritatively declared their aim to sell Asiana Airlines at an expected cost of 1.5 trillion won to 2 trillion won (US$1.26 billion to 1.68 billion). Asiana Airlinesincorporates auxiliaries Air Busan, Air Seoul, Asiana IDT, and other auxiliary organizations. AeKyeong Group, the parent organization of Korean minimal expense transporter Jeju Air, has communicated interest in gaining Asiana Airlines. On 4 September 2019, Aekyung Group, KCGI (Korea Corporate Governance Improvement), and Mirae Asset Daewoo applied for a letter of the plan to get Asiana Airlines. On 12 November, a consortium of HDC Hyundai Development Company and Mirae Asset Daewoo was chosen as the favored bidder.
Asiana Airlines has decided to resign more established airplanes including Boeing 747-400 and Boeing 767-300, permitting the carrier to pay off past commitments and shortcomings.
In July 2020, HDC Hyundai Development Company got an endorsement from Russian experts for its securing of Asiana Airlines. Notwithstanding, on 11 September 2020, Korea Development Bank, the essential leaser for Asiana Airlines, and Kumho Asiana Group authoritatively dropped the consolidation with HDC Hyundai Development Company. Asiana Airlines will be controlled by banks until another proprietor is supported by the South Korean government.

In-flight benefits:

Five classes of administrations are offered by Asiana Airlines- First Suite Class, First Class, Business Smartium class, Business class, and Travel (economy) class. Seat arrangements and in-flight entertainment frameworks differ by the kind of airplane and its working courses. The First Suite class is presented on A380-800, which is adjusted on courses to Los Angeles, New York City, Sydney, and Frankfurt. Old First Class is accessible on Boeing 747-400s. Both First Suite and old First Class were accessible on Boeing 777s, however, was subsequently eliminated for a two-class setup. Travelers in these classes are offered nightgowns, trinkets, and “convenience packs” containing things, for example, skin cream, toothpaste, eyeshades, and earplugs. A traveler and pre-request in-flight suppers 48 hours before takeoff. Five-star seats are
furnished with individual AVOD frameworks. 
Other than those courses, the vast majority of Asiana’s international flights offer two kinds of classes – business martial class or business class as the most noteworthy class and travel class, without first-class. A portion of the short-length international flights and contract flights are worked by the mono-class premise, just as the entirety of the aircraft’s homegrown flights. Business Smartium Class is introduced on Boeing 777-200ER, and Business Class is introduced on Boeing 767 and A330, however, a portion of the A330 is outfitted with recently renovated case seats. The greater part of Asiana’s Travel class situates additionally have TV or video frameworks. AVOD is introduced on large numbers of airplanes and business class is completely furnished with new AVODs. In-flight entertainment frameworks are not presented on homegrown courses, which comprise flights of an hour or less. Asiana offers two in-flight magazines, Asiana (a sightseeing publication) and Asiana Entertainment.