Asiana’s Flight Attendants Awarded the Best in China


Asiana Airlines (CEO: Young-Doo Yoon) was awarded the ‘2009 Top Airline Cabin Staff’ Award from China’s top travel magazine ‘World Traveler Magazine.’ 

Asiana has been acknowledged as being a world class airliner with the best cabin attendants from World renowned travel magazines such as U.S. ‘Global Traveler Magazine for 6 consecutive years as being “Best Onboard Service & Flight Attendants Award” and World Traveler Magazine from China.

World Traveler Magazine surveys its readers every year online which concentrates on 10 areas such as continents and services to choose the best airliners./to rank the best airliners. The award will be presented at Shanghai World Financial Center forum on the 3rd of December.

Asiana Airlines flight attendants have been recognized globally for many years for providing authentic cabin services such as cabin magic shows, and in-flight make up services for passengers. Asiana’s customer oriented services are the core reason for Asiana winning many awards such as this.

Meanwhile, “Brussels Airlines” the national carrier of Belgium, hosted an official Star Alliance entrance ceremony at the Grand Place in Belgium on the 9th of December. With Brussels Airlines official entry into the Star Alliance, Star Alliance has 26 member carriers, operates to 175 international countries, 1,077 cities and has a daily departure rate of 19,700 flights a day. Star Alliance still remains the world’s largest and strongest airline alliance.

With Brussels Airlines official entry into the Star Alliance, Asiana and Brussels Airlines has formed a mileage partnership. Now passengers of both airlines can accumulate mileages and use bonus airline tickets for both Asiana and Brussels Airlines. Asiana also plans to expand its European network in associating with Brussels Airlines and provide a variety of passenger services. In due time, joint sales of seat and common customer preferential program is also being planned.
Brussels Airlines was established in November of 2006 with the merger of SN Brussels Airlines and a low cost carrier called Virgin Express. Brussels Airlines currently has 51 aircrafts that operates to 69 destinations domestic and international.

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