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Most popular flights are to Jakarta, Solo, Medan, Bali, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.

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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.

Hat Yai is home to Thai Lion Air’s second largest hub in Thailand, after Bangkok. More

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. More

KLIA2 started operations

Malaysia opened what it calls the world’s largest airport built specifically for low-cost airlines, a project driven by budget travel’s phenomenal growth but which debuts under the shadow of missing flight MH370.

The $1.2 billion facility near the main Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) was originally targeted to open three years ago but has been hit by repeated delays, amid concerns over safety and subpar construction, even as costs have doubled.

Malaysia-based Malindo Air, the Philippines’ Cebu Pacific Air, Singapore’s Tiger Airways, and Indonesia’s Lion Air and Mandala Airlines will begin initial operations there Friday. More

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Thai Lion Air focuses on domestic expansion

Thai Lion Air is focusing primarily on domestic expansion with a mix of trunk and regional routes. Thai Lion currently operates four domestic routes, three of which were launched in Mar-2014 as the carrier took delivery of two additional 737-900ERs for a total of four and its first ATR 72.

International expansion will take a back seat in response to sagging inbound demand due to the continued civil unrest in Bangkok. But the start-up is experimenting with two regional international routes. More

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LionAir announced establishment of BatikAir

Private airline Lion Air has announced the establishment of a new full-service airline called Batik Air, which will commence operations next year focusing on international routes.

“The full-service airline will focus on international routes such as South Asia, East Asia, and Australia,” Lion Air general affairs 
director Edward Sirait said on the sidelines of Lion Air’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport Terminal 3 launch. He was optimistic that Batik Air would be able to compete with national flag carrier Garuda Indonesia and new player Pacific Royale.

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Lion Air to lease five Boeing 737s from BOC Aviation

Indonesia’s Lion Air will lease five Boeing 737s—comprising four 737-800s and one 737-900ER—from Bank of China subsidiary BOC Aviation. Deliveries are scheduled for this year and in 2015.

BOC Aviation said the deal builds on the success of the November 2012 transaction for six 737-800 and three 737-900ER aircraft.

“The demand for short-haul regional routes remains robust, both within and outside of Indonesia,” Lion Air president-director Rusdi Kirana said.  More

Lion Air’s affiliates Batik Air and Malindo gear up for maiden services

Lion Air, Indonesia’s largest low-cost carrier will soon receive 36 new aircraft to support the operation of the company’s two new airlines, the full service Batik Air and mid-service Malindo scheduled to begin operations next year.

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Lion Air Places Order For More Boeing Planes

Lion Air has ordered 10 more Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner passenger jets to boost its long-haul flight capability, crucial to its ambition to emerge as an aggressive player in the Asian-Pacific air-travel market in what amounts to a challenge to the region's biggest discount airliner, AirAsia Bhd.

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