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Lion Air is a Indonesian Low-Cost Airline
Lion Air Airline was founded in Indonesia in 2000. Today Lion Air flies to 36+ cities in Indonesia and many other destinations.
Most popular flights are to Jakarta, Solo, Medan, Bali, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.

Cheap flights to/from Medan, Bali, Kuala Lumpur, Lombok, Singapore, Jakarta, Solo, Luwuk, Sumbawa, Bengkulu, Padang, Sorong, Makassar, Kupang, Fak Fak and more

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Thai Lion Air launches operations from Bangkok

Thai Lion Air, the new Bangkok-based subsidiary of Indonesia’s Lion Air, has launched its first route from Bangkok Don Mueang (DMK) to Chiang Mai (CNX). It will serve the 565-kilometre domestic route with thrice-daily flights, but faces intense competition from Thai AirAsia (12 daily flights) and Nok Air (10 daily flights). Flights will be operated by the airline’s 215-seat 737-900ERs. More

Garuda Indonesia and Lion Air interested in running airports

Garuda Indonesia and Lion Air are reportedly interested in running up to 10 airports which have been offered to the private sector for development by Indonesia’s Government (indo-aviation.com, 05-Dec-2013). The airports include Lampung Radin Inten Airport, Jayapura Sentani Airport, Palu Pearls Airport and Labuan Bajo Komodo Airport. More

Garuda Indonesia and Lion Air interested in running airports

National airline Lion Air will be flying new routes from Batam to East Kalimantan, linking other areas in Kalimantan and Sulawesi.

As of Friday, December 6, 2013, Lion Air officially began operating out of Hang Nadim airport, which has a 4,025 meter runway, as a flight hub in the western part of Indonesia, particularly Sumatra, connecting to other areas in the central and eastern parts of Indonesia.  More

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Lion Air promises cheapest Asian fares

One of Asia's fastest growing airlines, Indonesia's Lion Air, has launched a new low-cost carrier promising flights to Australia and the cheapest fares in the region. Malindo Airways is a joint venture with Malaysia's National Aerospace and Defence Industries and will be based in Kuala Lumpur.

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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.

Read more in Jakarta Post

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.

More in Travel Daily News

 
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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