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Seoul to Tokyo with Asiana in Business Class
Airline: Asiana (OZ)
Cabin Class: Business
Equipment: Airbus A321-200
Flight Number: OZ108
Seat Number: 1F
Date: February 6, 2014
Departure time in Seoul (ICN): 18:50
Arrival time in Tokyo (NRT): 21:00
*This is an award travel, Business Class flight #49
Text and Photography by Arthur Jeciel
February 18, 2014 I was originally booked on the flight the following day in first class but since Asiana made an equipment change where there was only business and economy class, I decided to take the connecting flight to Tokyo the same day so I could spend a night in Tokyo instead. Well, it actually turned out well.
My Asiana boarding pass for the Incheon-Narita flight
After spending some time in the city (where I also bought my new cabin luggage) I took the metro back to the airport and stayed at the Asiana Business Lounge to check some emails and have some light meal.
Airbus A321-200 bound for Tokyo
Boarding at Gate 36
My window seat, 1F.
The cabin has a total of 12 seats with a 2-2 configuration. That night, 8 of the 12 seats were occupied.
Entertainment controls, USB port and Headphone sockets
Champagne on board
Smoked Chicken breast with Mixed Greens
Grilled Sea Bream with Lemon Butter sauce, Potato & Broccoli
A cup of green tea
Personal TV screen, headset and entertainment controls
Toilet and Lavatory
L'occitane products were available in the lavatory
Arrival in Tokyo
View of the city from the Tokyo Sky Tree
It was already late evening when we landed in Narita so I took the shuttle directly to the hotel and tried to get a goodnight's sleep. The following morning, I met some friends in the city for some sightseeing.
Again, another great service from the cabin attendants of Asiana. The flight attendant who greeted me upon boarding offered to hang my jacket which was a nice gesture. The food tasted great. Overall, a very enjoyable flight. Kamsahamnida, Asiana!