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PolicyView Asiana Airlines’s Instruments pol­i­cy
Carry-​on
Cabin seat

Most musi­cal instru­ments must be han­dled with extra care, and are frag­ile. Please put them in hard cas­es or pack them with extra care to pre­vent dam­ages. When valu­able musi­cal instru­ments are dam­aged dur­ing trans­porta­tion, Asiana Airlines is not respon­si­ble except to the extent defined by the terms of trans­porta­tion or the Montreal Convention.

Large musi­cal instru­ments allowed to be trans­port­ed as carry-​on bag­gage
Musical instru­ments such as cel­los and gui­tars can be dam­aged when they are han­dled as checked bag­gage. They can be safe­ly trans­port­ed as carry-​on bag­gage when you pur­chase an extra seat.

When a seat has been pur­chased for the trans­porta­tion of goods
When a seat has been pur­chased for the trans­porta­tion of goods, the reg­u­lar /​spe­cial fares for an adult for each route are applied, which may dif­fer from the fares you have paid.
Occupation of a seat is required. Please com­plete mak­ing a reser­va­tion and issu­ing a tick­et in advance.

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Last update10-​Feb-​2017
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