Asiana Airlines is a member of Star Alliance.

Asiana Airlines

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Headquarters Seoul, South Korea
Founded 1988
Fleet size 82 [1]
Website
www.flyasiana.com

Asiana Airlines is an aviation provider, one of the two major airlines in South Korea.

Subsidaries

Active

  • Air Busan - Low-cost aviation provider in South Korea.
  • Air Seoul - Low-cost aviation provider in South Korea.

Fleet

Current Roster

Model Thumbnail Year Delivered Manufacturer Model Number Engines Seating Notes
Asiana Airlines 747-400 1994-1999 Boeing 747-400 General Electric CF6-80C2B1F 10 First, 24 Business, 364 Economy
Asiana Airlines 767-300 1994-1999 Boeing 767-300 General Electric CF6-80C2B2F Multiple Configurations
Asiana Airlines A321-100 1998-2001 Airbus A321-100 IAE V2530-A5 200 Economy
Asiana Airlines 777-200ER 2001-2013 Boeing 777-200ER Pratt & Whitney PW4090 24 Business, 278 Economy
Asiana Airlines A330-300 2004-2014 Airbus A330-300 Pratt & Whitney PW4168A 30 Business, 260 Economy
Asiana Airlines A320-200 2005-2009 Airbus A320-200 IAE V2527-A5 159 Economy
Asiana Airlines A321-200 2007-2016 Airbus A321-200 IAE V2533-A5 12 Business, 159 Economy
Asiana Airlines A380-800 2014-2016 Airbus A380-800 Rolls-Royce Trent 970 12 First, 66 Business, 417 Economy
Asiana Airlines A350-900 2017- Airbus A350-900 Rolls-Royce Trent XWB-84 28 Business, 36 Premium Economy, 247 Economy
Asiana Airlines A321neo 2019- Airbus A321neo CFMI LEAP-1A32 8 Business, 180 Economy

On Order

Model Thumbnail Year Delivered Manufacturer Model Number Engines Seating Notes

Retired Roster

Model Thumbnail Year Delivered Manufacturer Model Number Engines Seating Notes

Destinations

Routes

See Asiana Airlines Routes.

References