Asiana Airlines destinations
By July 2013, Asiana Airlines offers regular service to 98 destinations (except seasonal charter destinations) in total 29 countries, including Asiana Cargo destinations, from its two hub airports, Incheon International Airport and Gimpo International Airport in South Korea. It has particularly a well-developed network in East Asia, becoming one of the most prominent carriers in Korea-China and Korea-Japan routes, while also serving regular routes to a number of gateway cities in North America, Europe and Oceania. Outside South Korea, the countries with the largest number of airports served by Asiana Airlines are China with 28, Japan with 17 and United States with 13.
The company's future plan is to expand the scale of its long-haul services, mainly Korea-USA routes, pursuing a more competitive service for increasing commercial demands in northeast Asian countries. In 2012 interview, Yoon Young-doo (윤영두; 尹永斗), the company's then-president revealed that this expanding plan will focus on increasing the operational frequency of its established routes, rather than launching more long-haul services to new destinations.
As of March 2014, Asiana Airlines operates between Incheon and 22 cities in Mainland China, and along with Korean Air is one of the two largest foreign airlines to operate into the People's Republic of China.
|Passenger + Cargo|
Asiana Airlines passenger destinations
|City||Country||IATA||ICAO||Airport||First flight||Last flight||Notes/Refs
|Cairns||Australia||CNS||YBCS||Cairns Airport||Dec. 3, 1995|
|Calgary||Canada||YYC||CYYC||Calgary International Airport [Cargo only]||Nov. 2, 2004|||
|Fukushima||Japan||FKS||RJSF||Fukushima Airport||Jun. 22, 1999||Mar. 17, 2011||Regular service terminated after 2011 Tōhoku earthquake|
|Gothenburg||Sweden||GOT||ESGG||Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport [Cargo only]||Sep. 3, 2012|
|Guam||Guam||GUM||PGUM||Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport||Apr. 1, 1995|||
|Halifax||Canada||YHZ||CYHZ||Halifax International Airport [Cargo only]||Mar. 31, 2009||Nov. 24, 2009|||
|Ibaraki||Japan||IBR||RJAH||Ibaraki Airport||Mar. 11, 2010||Mar. 11, 2011||Regular service terminated after 2011 Tōhoku earthquake|
|Kuala Lumpur||Malaysia||KUL||WMKK||Kuala Lumpur International Airport [Cargo only]|
|Macau||Macao||MFM||VMCC||Macau International Airport||Feb. 9, 1996||Feb. 21, 2003|
|Mokpo||Korea||MPK||RKJM||Mokpo Airport||Dec. 3, 1992||Oct. 30, 1999||Ceased with the airport closure, and moved to Muan International Airport|
|Penang||Malaysia||PEN||WMKP||Penang International Airport|
|Pyongyang||North Korea||FNJ||ZKPY||Pyongyang Sunan International Airport [Special Charter]|
|Vienna||Austria||VIE||LOWW||Vienna International Airport||Nov. 1, 1995||Passenger service terminated, now cargo only|
|Yecheon||Korea||YEC||RKTY||Yecheon Air Base||Nov. 16, 1989|
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- OZ cargo schedule
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- Asiana freighter service to Calgary
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- Asiana cargo launches Halifax