First Class on Asiana Airlines

by Jessica  

Although Asiana Airlines has had a First Class service on its flights for some time, the airline recently upgraded the level of service – First Class on Asiana is now called “premium service” and it’s quite luxurious. The seats have been upgraded along with the service, and while the old First Class seats were quite comfortable these are almost pod-like. They don’t have closing doors on them like the most high-end First Class seats do, but you may still feel like you’re separated from the rest of the cabin (which is a good thing) once you recline the seat.

Although some of the services on First Class on Asiana will vary by the route you’re flying, most of the features will be the same – so for this list we’re going to focus on what long-haul flights on Asiana’s First Class are like.

Seat & Bed

  • Seats recline to a fully flat position (horizontal with the floor)
  • Each seat is semi-enclosed in a plastic shell for increased privacy
  • All seats have aisle access in First Class

Food & Beverages

  • Menus designed with top quality chefs and nutritionists
  • Menu options include traditional Japanese dishes on certain routes, along with Western dishes
  • Selection of fine wines and liqueurs available on each flight
  • Aiana uses coffee harvested in an environmentally-friendly way with Rainforest Alliance

Entertainment

  • Each seat has an individual 15″ video monitor
  • On-demand entertainment includes movies, video games, and audio programming
  • Each seat has a 110V power supply for powering a laptop computer

Other Amenities

  • Complimentary amenity kit by Bulgari
  • “Casual pajama” available upon request on long-haul flights
  • Duvets are down-filled

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