Asiana A380 Los Angeles to Seoul

Did this flight with the “other” Korean superjumbo on what is currently one of three routes Asiana deploys it on, the others being Seoul-Tokyo/Narita and Seoul-Osaka/Kansai, which is currently the one of the world’s shortest scheduled A380 routes. A380 service will expand later this year with service to Sydney and Barcelona. However, the final curtain call for the Whale in Korea is fast approaching, with both Korean Air and Asiana planning on retiring their fleets by 2026. Thus, these jets are very much an “enjoy while you can” experience.

Server: Solo
Airline: Asiana Airlines
Aircraft: Airbus A380-800
Origin: Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles, California (LAX)
Destination: Incheon International Airport, Seoul, Republic of Korea (ICN)
Flight Number: OZ201
Seat: 43K (Economy)
Time En Route: 11 Hours 35 Minutes

Boarding at the Tom Bradley International Terminal

Takeoff and climbout past Marina Del Rey and Malibu

San Francisco Bay off our right wing

Somewhere over the Pacific

Final descent into Seoul

Landing on a sunny Korean afternoon

Parked at Terminal 1 and prepping for a flight to Narita


What happened at Seoul…


Another Kim offense…

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and who knows maybe Asiana themselves will retire :(

I was wondering that myself

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Didn’t know that they’d be retiring in 2026…other than that you have a nice informational topic! Great photos hope to see some more soon!

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