Asiana JFK-ICN Business Class

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  1. xopping

    xopping Silver Member

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    gonna travel on Asiana on Business from JFK to PVG with a transfer at ICN. JFK-ICN flight OZ221 is B777. Any suggestion for the seat selection? How is the Lounge at JFK and ICN. Thanks!;)
     
  2. dhammer53
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    dhammer53 Gold Member

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    We flew a couple of years ago on a 747. Can't help in this regard unless you're willing to wait until my son and his wife return in April. ;)

    The lounge at JFK, if I recall correctly (IIRC) is a shared lounge. Nothing special. Computers, some warm food, drinks. Cozy enough. The lounge in ICN, now this is a lounge that's pretty big. Lots of room to spread out, although it's crowded. Showers and computers. As for the food, if you're there at peak times, get the food as soon as they put it out. I thought they cheaped out by not replacing it.

    FYI, Duty Free at ICN isn't anything special.
     
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    Jimgotkp Gold Member

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    The lounge at JFK is the Swiss Air (LX) lounge.
     
  4. olmangsr

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    Hi xopping,I guess you already experienced oz221 Business since the post is quite old.how was it?im doing the same connecting to an sq to sin...
     
  5. Singapore Flyer

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    +1 wife has a business trip in 4 weeks on that flight and then onto HKG. Seatguru is showing that her assigned seat does not exist. Is there a second deck on the 777?

    EDIT: I found the seat map. I had to manually choose the one with a first class suite. It showed the extra row of Business class seats.
     

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