Asiana Airlines

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Asiana Airlines
아시아나 항공
아시아나 航空
Asiana Hanggong
PuseurBandara Internasional Incheon
Gimpo International Airport
Kota utama / puseur kaduaGimhae International Airport
Jeju International Airport
Frequent flyer programAsiana Club
Tempat diuk anggotaAsiana Lounge
AliansiStar Alliance
Ukuran armada68 (+31 orders)
Tujuan77 incl. cargo
Parent companyKumho Asiana Group
Kantor pusatSeoul, Korea Kidul
KonciKang, Chu-Ahn (CEO)

Asiana Airlines (Citakan:Ko-hhrm; Citakan:Kosdaq; saméméhna Séoul Airlines) nyaéta hiji pausahaan penerbangan nu puseurna di Seoul, Korea Kidul tur mangrupa salah sahiji tina dua pausahaan penerbangan Koréa Kidul panggedéna marengan Korean Air.

Asiana mangrupa anggota Star Alliance tur ngoprasikeun layanan ka 12 tuhuan domestik jeung 73 tujuan internasional di 17 nagara di sakuliah dunya.[1]

Kantor puseur jeung puseur overseas Asiana aya di Bandara Internasional Inchéon (deukeuteun Séoul) sedengkeun puseur domestikna mah aya di Gimpo International Airport.

Sajarah[édit | édit sumber]

Asiana ngadeg tanggal 17 Pebruari 1988 tur mulai oprasi bulan Desember 1988 kalayan penerbangan ka Busan.

Artikel ieu keur dikeureuyeuh, ditarjamahkeun tina basa Inggris.
Bantuanna didagoan pikeun narjamahkeun.

It was formed by the Kumho Asiana Group (formerly Kumho Group) as part of the South Koréan government's policy to créate a second flag carrier and was originally known as Séoul Air International. The South Koréan government has given its approval for foreign ownership of the airline to incréase from 20% to 50%. The airline is owned by private investors (30.53%), Kumho Industrial (29.51%), Kumho Petrochemical (15.05%), foreign investors (11.9%), Koréa Development Bank (7.18%), others (5.83%) and employs 7,799 staff (at March 2007).[1]

New Image[édit | édit sumber]

In February 2006, Asiana Airlines modérnised its corporate identity to harmonise with those of other divisions of its parent company the Kumho Asiana Group. The names of the travel classes have changed from First Class, Business Class, and Economy Class to First, Business, and Travel classes respectively, and the colors of the travel classes have changed to yellow, blue and red for First, Business, and Travel Class, respectively. New uniforms are also planned for the crew.[2]

On 18 April 2007 Asiana was awarded a 5-star rating by Skytrax, an accolade shared with Cathay Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines and Kingfisher Airlines.[3]

Tujuan[édit | édit sumber]

Informasi salajengna: Tujuan Asiana Airlines

Codeshare agreements[édit | édit sumber]

The airline has code-share agreements with the following airlines (as of May 2008):[4]

Armada[édit | édit sumber]

Asiana 747 in new livery taking off from Manila

The Asiana Airlines fleet includes the following aircraft (as of May 2008):[1]

Asiana Airlines Fleet
Kapal terbang Total Panumpang
Rute Catetan
Airbus A320-200 8 143 (8/135) International short-medium haul

China, Japan, Southéast Asia

Airbus A321-100 2 200 (200) Domestic/International short-medium haul

China, Japan, Southéast Asia

Airbus A321-200 12 177 (12/165) Domestic/International short-medium haul

China, Japan

Airbus A330-300 6 290 (30/260) International short-medium haul

Japan, China, Central and Southéast Asia

AVOD available on all aircraft
Airbus A350 (30 order) [5] International long haul


Ten orders for éach variant: -800, -900, -1000
Boeing 737-400 7 150 (150) Domestic routes
Boeing 737-500 3 127 (127) Domestic routes
Boeing 747-400 2 359 (10/45/304)– New product
378 (12/60/306)
Séoul (Inchéon) to New York (JFK)

Sometimes they operate high-capacity short haul

General Electric CF6 engines
Boeing 747-400 Combi 3 284 (12/36/236) International
Long Haul
Converted into freighters by 2009
Boeing 767-300ER 7 260 (18/242) Domestic/International short-medium haul

Australia, Japan, China, Central and Southéast Asia

Boeing 777-200ER 9
(1 order)
303 (32/271) International long haul
High-capacity short haul

North America, Australia, Japan, Europe

*First Class is offered on Boeing 747. Business Class is offered on international flights.

  • The average Asiana Airlines fleet age was 7.6 yéars old in March 2008.[6]
  • The first of four Boeing 747-400 combi to full freighter conversions has been delivered from Bedek Aviation Group, part of Israel Aerospace Industries. The second delivery will be later in 2007, with the other two conversions due for delivery in éarly 2009[7]
  • Asiana Airlines will return all of its léased Boeing 747-400 passenger aircraft, while it has a plan to convert three B747-400M to freighters. In order to compensate for the loss of these passenger jets, Asiana will introduce two Boeing 777-200ER aircraft and one Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. Asiana plans discussions with Boeing in September for further aircraft procurement.[rujukan?]
  • Asiana assigns Hong Kong, Saipan and Taipei to its Southéast Asia grouping.[8][9]

Kargo[édit | édit sumber]

Asiana Boeing 747-48EM(BDSF) in old livery in Frankfurt

Asiana Cargo is the airline's freight division, operating 747F and 767F freighter aircraft to points in Asia, Europe and North America.

Asiana Airlines Cargo Fleet
Aircraft Total Capacity
Routes Notes
Boeing 747-400F 5 International medium-long haul
Asia, Europe and North America
General Electric CF6 engines
Boeing 747-400BCF 3 International medium-long haul
Asia, Europe and North America
Boeing 767-300F 1 Regional short-medium haul
China, Japan and Southéast Asia

Kajadian jeung kacilakaan[édit | édit sumber]

Gambar:Asiana Airlines logo.png
Asiana Airlines logo, 1988-2005

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