Lion Airlines flight schedule

History

The airline was established in October 1999 and started operations on June 30, 2000. Lion Air failed, in early 2011, the initial IATA assessments for membership due to safety concerns. Along with many other Indonesian carriers, Lion Air (including its Wings Air subsidiary) is on the list of air carriers banned in the European Union due to safety concerns as of February 2012. The airline has applied multiple times for membership in The International Air Transport Association (IATA), but it has been denied due to several safety concerns.

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About the airline

PT Lion Mentari Airlines, operating as Lion Air, is Indonesia’s largest privately-run airline. Based in Jakarta, Indonesia, Lion Air flies to cities within Indonesia and to Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia and Saudi Arabia. Its main base is Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Jakarta. It is owned by Rusdi Kirana and family.

Main route

Lion Air serves 60 destinations, 55 domestic (to these main islands: Java, Kalimantan, Lesser Sunda Islands, Maluku, Papua, Sulawesi and Sumatra) and 4 international (Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam and Saudi Arabia)

Fleet

Currently, Lion Air fleet consists of the following aircrafts: 2 Boeing 737-300, 7 Boeing 737-400, 60 Boeing 737-900ER, 2 Boeing 747-400, 1 McDonnell Douglas MD-82, 3 McDonnell Douglas MD-90-30

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