Seat Map Asiana Airlines Airbus A350-900 (359)
Airplane Airbus A350-900 (359) Asiana Airlines with 3 classes and 311 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- AC Power outlets
- Entertainment System
Center rows 39 to 43 (this includes D, E, G) have NO overhead compartments, so be sure to board early or bring minimal carry on baggage.
Asiana air planes typically have very generous space. A359 is not an exception. Also, this new plane has far less noise than B777 counter parts. I enjoy flying this aircraft type. Their crew member provides outstanding care. I fly across the Pacific several times a year, and I try to avoid US carriers as much as I can.
My review is general. The Asiana flying A350 from Seattle to ICN has 3x3x3 configuration. ( seats in each row make this flight very congested. Small seats and little leg room plus narrow isles. 11-12 hours flight is uncomfortable. However the crew is very nice and prompt to attend to you. Lots of movies to watch, take a good headphone (noise cancelling).
Overall, the Airbus A350-900 was a very comfortable plane to ride long distances. Service was very good, window seat had large window, and the entertainment was suberb.
First time with Asiana airline, nice plane, quiet, fast. Services by FA is excellent but food wise limited on business class, not many choices. Need more movie on entertainment.
Seat 4A definitely was a great seat. As mentioned by Seatguru, great privacy since you're sitting way inside close to the window, and the spare area close to the aisle provides great room placing your own items like iPad or headsets.