LION AIR

IATA: JT - 990 ICAO: LNI FOUNDED: OCT 1999 CEASED OPERATIONS: -

HISTORY: LION AIR also known as PT Lion Mentari Airlines, is an Indonesian low-cost carrier. Based in Jakarta, Indonesia, Lion Air is the country's largest privately run airline, the second largest low-cost airline in Southeast Asia after AirAsia and the second largest airline of Indonesia, flying to more than 79 destinations in Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia and Saudi Arabia, as well as charter routes to China, Hong Kong and Macau. The airline was established in October 1999 and started operations on 30 June 2000, when it began scheduled passenger services between Jakarta and Denpasar using a leased Boeing 737-200. It was the first low cost airline in Indonesia. In 2003 a subsidiary airline was established, Wings Air, operating flights on lower density routes. Further subsidiaries were developed including Malindo Air in Malaysia in 2012, Thai Lion Air in Thailand in 2013 and domestically, Batik Air, a full-service subsidiary, also in 2013.

 

 

27/9/2001 (From Jakarta to Pekanbaru)

 

 

21/1/2004 (From Batam to Jakarta)

 

 

9/7/2004 (From Palembang to Jakarta)

 

 

5/11/2004 (From Makassar to Jakarta to Makassar)

 

 

2/5/2005 (From Jakarta to Surabaya)

 

 

UNKNOWN (From Padang to Jakarta)

 

 

2007 (From Banjarmasin to Jakarta)

 

 

13/6/2008 (From Jakarta to Pekanbaru)

 

 

19/5/2009 (From Palembang to Jakarta)

 

 

 

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