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What countries does Asiana Airlines serve?

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Asiana Airlines serves South Korea, Japan, China, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. It also serves Russia, Vietnam, Bali, India and the Philippines. Asiana Airlines also serves several countries in Europe, North America and Oceania.

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Asiana Airlines serves over 90 cities and has more than 100 routes. The airline was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. The airline serves 11 cities in South Korea, as of 2015, and more than 20 countries. The airline offers passenger, cargo and ancillary services and has more than $975 billion in capital.

Reservations for Asiana Airlines can be made online, and users can choose from round trip, one-way and multi-city flights. For flights originating in the United States, the user should use the United States site. For flights that originate from other countries, the appropriate site must be used. Those booking online can choose the departure and arrival cities, the dates of travel and class. Choices include economy, business and first classes.

Someone booking travel through Asiana Airlines can also use the fare option to search for flights. Choosing flexible travel dates makes it possible to get a lower fare. The system then looks for the most affordable price within three days of the chosen travel date.

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