Lion Airlines

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Lion Air
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded19 October 1999[1]
Commenced operations30 June 2000
Secondary hubs
Focus cities
Frequent-flyer programLion Passport
Fleet size118
Company sloganWe make people fly
Parent companyLion Air Group
HeadquartersLion Air Tower, Jalan KH. Hasyim Ashari, Jakarta, Indonesia
Key peopleRusdi Kirana (Chairman)
Rudy Lumingkewas (CEO)
Edward Sirait (President Director)
Daniel Putut (Managing Director)

PT Lion Mentari Airlines, known as Lion Air or Lion Airlines is the largest private airline in Indonesia. Lion Air have their headquarter office in Jakarta, Indonesia. Lion Air goes to places like Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia and Saudi Arabia. The airplanes go to 56 different places in Indonesia and world with a fleet of 89 airplanes.

Lion Airlines cannot fly in European Union because they did not passed safety laws set by officials.
On 18 November 2011, the airline informed about order of Boeing planes setting the record for the world's bigge
st single order of 230 planes for a commercial airline worth $21.7 billion.[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. 2013 Laureate Award Nominees, Aviation Week & Space Technology, 21 January 2013, p. 47
  2. Susanna Ray (2011-11-18). "Boeing Wins Provisional Order for 230 Planes From Lion Air".