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Lion Air is the fifth largest LCC in the world and the biggest in Asia.
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Direct Thai Lion Air Flights From Medan to Hat Yai Set to Begin

Thai Lion Air - a subsidiary of Lion Air, Indonesia’s largest privately run airline - has announced the instatement of direct flights connecting Medan, North Sumatra and Hat Yai, the largest city in southern Thailand.

“People in Medan who want to fly to Bangkok won’t have to go all the way to Jakarta to catch a connecting flight to Bangkok, they can use Thai Lion Air to Hat Yai and continue their journey from there,” Thai Lion Air executive managing director Andi Burhan said on Friday.

Lion Air joins race for LCC supremacy

INDONESIA is one of the fastest-growing travel markets in the world today. “Couple this with the incredible amount of nationals embracing mobile and social media, along with a growing economic base, and it’s safe to say Indonesians will be travelling in even greater numbers in the future,” says Wego chief flights officer Dean Wicks.

Malaysian and Indonesian airlines are racing through the skies at breakneck speed leading the charge to rule Southeast Asia’s low cost carrier (LCC) market, translating into huge savings on airfares and a flurry of promotional offers for travellers.

Thai Lion Air charts rapid growth path

No-frills carrier Thai Lion Air (TLA) has resumed its aggressive growth plan with the launch of new routes and the addition of two jetliners. TLA, part of Indonesia's Lion Air group, will at the end of September 2014 start five domestic routes, four of them from its Don Mueang base to Udon Thani, Krabi, Phuket and Surat Thani and one from Hat Yai... More

Thai Lion Air charts rapid growth path

Lion Air’s annual capacity growth has been nothing short of phenomenal, with an average annual growth rate (CAGR) of 36% between 2007 and 2014. This rapid expansion should perhaps not be a surprise, as the airline does serve the fourth most populous nation in the world. The airline has 43% of Indonesia’s domestic market (in terms of seats), and is nearly double the size Garuda Indonesia (24%).


Lion Air is the fifth largest LCC in the world and the biggest in Asia, carrying 34.1m passengers in 2013, and yet despite its scale, it registered double digit annual growth of 10.4%, significantly more than the four largest LCCs – Southwest Airlines (-0.6%), Ryanair (3.0%), easyJet (4.1%) and GOL (-7.3%). To put its size into perspective in terms of its Asia LCC peers, Lion Air flies to five countries, 43 destinations with 930,000 weekly seats — whereas #2 Asian LCC AirAsia flies to 15 countries, 60 destinations with 570,000 weekly seats and #3 IndiGo offers 6 countries, 36 destinations with 636,000 weekly seats.

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