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Thai Lion Air operates from Bangkok's main airport, Don Mueang International Airport, with domestic and international scheduled flights. The airline's first flight was in December 2013 between bangkok - Chiang Mai. The airline shares services with Malindo Air between Kuala Lumpur International and Bangkok. Denpasar becomes the second destination in Indonesia that Thai Lion Air serves from the Thai capital, with it already flying to Jakarta. In total Thai Lion Air now offers 24 routes from Don Mueang on over 450 weekly flights.

 

Thai Lion Air describe themselves not just as a low-cost carrier, but an airline that provides superior products and services.  "Freedom to Fly", allowing passengers to feel freedom within their flight, when flying on a Boeing 737-900ER and Boeing 737-800. The 737-900ER incorporates a new pair of exit doors and a flat rear-pressure bulkhead that allow a maximum capacity of 215 passengers in a single-class layout. Aerodynamic and structural design changes - including strengthened wings, a two-position tail-skid, enhancements to the leading and trailing edge flap systems, optional blended winglets, and auxiliary fuel tanks that will allow the 737-900ER to accommodate higher takeoff weights and increase its range to 3,200 nautical miles (5,900 km). 

Reclining leather seats with seat pitches of 29" and seat width of 17" for Economy class. Fit for travellers looking for both comfort and value. Boeing aircraft The 737-800 incorporates a new pair of exit doors and a flat rear-pressure bulkhead that allow a maximum capacity of 189 passengers in a single-class layout. Aerodynamic and structural design changes - including strengthened wings, a two-position tail-skid, enhancements to the leading and trailing edge flap systems, optional blended winglets, and auxiliary fuel tanks that will allow the 737-800 to accommodate higher takeoff weights and increase its range to 3,058 nautical miles (5,665 km).

 

Thai Lion Air offers a service called Lion Fast, which enables passengers to travelling more coveniently and faster.

Lion Fast enable customers to choose its favourite seat, enjoy priority bagagge, priority check-in, priority boarding abd VIP VAN for more convenient with shuttle service. Lion Connect enables a convenient flight reservation process that allows passenger to book from two connecting flights under one reservation. Giving you the freedom to fly further with convenient check-in and baggage check through. 

Reclining leather seats with seat pitches of 31" and seat width of 17" for Economy class. Fit for travellers looking for both comfort and value.

 

Lion Air is Indonesia's largest privately-run airline, and the second largest airline as is flies to 79 destinations across Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam and Saudi Arabia as well as charter routes to China and Hong Kong. The airline's motto "We Make People Fly" is what Lion Air are about and believe that anyone can fly with them, ensuring that their safety, security and quality is prioritised.

 

Lion Air was legally established on 15 November 1999 and began operating the first time on June 30, 2000 by flying from Jakarta to Pontianak using aircraft type Boeing 737-200 which at that time only 2 units. Lion Air Group now has 332 aircraft including Boeing 747-400s, 737-800, 737-900 ER, 737 MAX 8, ATR 72-500, ATR 72-600, Airbus A330-300s, Airbus A320 CEO, Hawker 900 XP and EC 135-P2e.

 

Fifteen years in the air and serving the public, Lion Air already flies to 183 routes. These are divided into domestic routes, which spread to all corners of Indonesia from Sabang to Merauke, and the International towards a number of countries such as Singapore, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Japan and China. Today Lion Air is very successful. Lion Air garnered the ‘Best Brand Award 2004’ from SWA, a marketing magazine published in Indonesia.

Lion Air gained a 33.6 percent index with the potential of a brand to increase the number of passengers in the future. Lion’s success is based on the effort to provide satisfaction to its customers. It present Lion Air is all set to go global based on an alliance with a number of international airlines.

 

 

 


Destinations

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CITY AIRPORT IATA
BangkokDon Mueang International AirportDMK
ChangzhouChangzhou Benniu AirportCZX
ChangshaChangsha Huanghua International AirportCSX
ChengduChengdu Shuangliu International AirportCTU
Chiang MaiChiang Mai International AirportCNX
Chiang RaiChiang Rai International AirportCEI
ChongqingChongqing Jiangbei International AirportCKG
ColomboBandaranaike International AirportCMB
DenpasarNgurah Rai International AirportDPS
DhakaShahjalal International AirportDAC
FukuokaFukuoka AirportFUK
GuangzhouGuangzhou Baiyun International AirportCAN
HaikouHaikou Meilan International AirportHAK
HangzhouHangzhou Xiaoshan International AirportHGH
HanoiNoi Bai International AirportHAN
Hat YaiHat Yai International AirportHDY
HefeiHefei Xinqiao International AirportHFE
Ho Chi Minh CityTan Son Nhat International AirportSGN
Hua HinHua Hin AirportHHQ
JakartaSoekarno-Hatta International AirportCGK
JinanJinan Yaoqiang International AirportTNA
KathmanduTribhuvan International AirportKTM
Khon KaenKhon Kaen AirportKKC
KrabiKrabi International AirportKBV
KunmingKunming Changshui International AirportKMG
ManilaNinoy Aquino International AirportMNL
MedanKuala Namu International AirportKNO
MumbaiChhatrapati Shivaji International AirportBOM
NagoyaChubu Centrair International AirportNGO
Nakhon Si ThammaratNakhon Si Thammarat AirportNST
NanchangNanchang Changbei International AirportKHN
NanjingNanjing Lukou International AirportNKG
NingboNingbo Lishe International AirportNGB
OsakaKansai International AirportKIX
PattayaU-Tapao International AirportUTP
PhitsanulokPhitsanulok AirportPHS
PhuketPhuket International AirportHKT
ShanghaiShanghai Pudong International AirportPVG
ShenzhenShenzhen Bao'an International AirportSZX
Siem ReapSiem Reap International AirportREP
SingaporeSingapore Changi AirportSIN
Surat ThaniSurat Thani AirportURT
Taipei ID begins 6 December 2019Taoyuan International AirportTPE
TaiyuanTaiyuan Wusu International AirportTYN
TianjinTianjin Binhai International AirportTSN
TrangTrang AirportTST
TokyoNarita International AirportNRT
Ubon RatchathaniUbon Ratchathani AirportUBP
Udon ThaniUdon Thani International AirportUTH
WuhanWuhan Tianhe International AirportWUH
Xi'anXi'an Xianyang International AirportXIY
YangonYangon International AirportRGN
ZhengzhouZhengzhou Xinzheng International AirportCGO

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Domestic Flights

Economy Class - 15kg Free

Note: Should you exceed this amount, additional charges will be incurred. Thereafter, the standard rates applicable are as follows:Boeing aircraft - THB400 per kg

 

International Flights

Effective from 15 Jan 2017 onward, checked-in baggage allowance on International routing is 20 kg per person. For any ticket purchased before 01 Dec 2016 will apply baggage allowance 30 kg as display on your ticket.

 


News

24th May 2018

Lion Air subsidiary, Wings Air, opens new route

Wings Air has launched a new route, connecting the city of Kupang, the main city on Indonesian Timor (Timor Barat) to Lombok, the popular tourist destination on Nusa Tengarra. This route is set to start tomorrow on an aircraft with a capacity for 72 passengers. This new Wings Air route will fly daily between the two islands and strengthen the inter-island network of the Lion Air group.

 

14th May 2018 

Thai Lion Air adjusts start date for service to Nepal

Thai Lion Air have changed their scheduling of a new route that they're launching which flies between Bangkok Don Mueang (DMK) and Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM). initially, the route was supposed to start service on 1st May 2018, however, the airline has now pushed the date back to 1st August 2018.  The service will run three times a week and will carry passengers on the Boeing 737-800 aircraft.