Thai Lion Air is a low-cost airline based in Thailand. Thai Lion Air operates from Bangkok's main airport, Don Mueang International Airport, with domestic and international scheduled flights. The airline is a subsidiary of the airline group Lion Air. Thai Lion Air'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. Thai Lion Air offers 24 routes from Don Mueang on over 450 weekly flights.
|Bangkok||Don Mueang International Airport|
|Chiang Mai||Chiang Mai International Airport|
|Chiang Rai||Chiang Rai International Airport|
|Hat Yai||Hat Yai International Airport|
|Khon Kaen||Khon Kaen Airport|
|Krabi||Krabi International Airport|
|Nakhon Si Thammarat||Nakhon Si Thammarat Airport|
|Pattaya||U-Tapao International Airport|
|Phuket||Phuket International Airport|
|Surat Thani||Surat Thani Airport|
|Ubon Ratchathani||Ubon Ratchathani Airport|
|Udon Thani||Udon Thani International Airport|
|Hua Hin||Hua Hin Airport|
|China||Changzhou||Changzhou Benniu Airport|
|China||Changsha||Changsha Huanghua International Airport|
|China||Chengdu||Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport|
|China||Chongqing||Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport|
|China||Guangzhou||Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport|
|China||Haikou||Haikou Meilan International Airport|
|China||Hangzhou||Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport|
|China||Hefei||Hefei Xinqiao International Airport|
|China||Jinan||Jinan Yaoqiang International Airport|
|China||Kunming||Kunming Changshui International Airport|
|China||Nanchang||Nanchang Changbei International Airport|
|China||Nanjing||Nanjing Lukou International Airport|
|China||Ningbo||Ningbo Lishe International Airport|
|China||Shanghai||Shanghai Pudong International Airport|
|China||Shenzhen||Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport|
|China||Taiyuan||Taiyuan Wusu International Airport|
|China||Tianjin||Tianjin Binhai International Airport|
|China||Wuhan||Wuhan Tianhe International Airport|
|China||Xi'an||Xi'an Xianyang International Airport|
|China||Zhengzhou||Zhengzhou Xinzheng International Airport|
|China||Nagoya||Chubu Centrair International Airport|
|Japan||Osaka||Kansai International Airport|
|Japan||Tokyo||Narita International Airport|
|Indonesia||Denpasar||Ngurah Rai International Airport|
|Indonesia||Medan||Kuala Namu International Airport|
|Indonesia||Jakarta||Soekarno-Hatta International Airport|
|Vietnam||Hanoi||Noi Bai International Airport|
|Vietnam||Ho Chi Minh City||Tan Son Nhat International Airport|
|Nepal||Kathmandu||Tribhuvan International Airport|
|Philippines||Manila||Ninoy Aquino International Airport|
|India||Mumbai||Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport|
|Cambodia||Siem Reap||Siem Reap International Airport|
|Singapore||Singapore||Singapore Changi Airport|
|Taiwan||Taipei||Taoyuan International Airport|
|Myanmar||Yangon||Yangon International Airport|
|Sri Lanka||Colombo||Bandaranaike International Airport|
Passengers are entitled to one carry-on baggage no larger than 30cm x 40cm x 20cm and no heavier than 7kg.
Domestic routes: Economy Class has no free checked baggage allowance but Premium Economy Class passengers are entitled to one 20kg checked baggage.
International routes: Economy Class has no free checked baggage allowance but Premium Economy Class passengers are entitled to two 30kg checked baggage.
Reclining leather seats with seat pitches of 29" and a seat width of 17" for Economy class. Fit for travellers looking for both comfort and value.
Online check-in is available via the airline website. In order to check-in, please prepare your booking reference or flight details and passport details for check-in.
If passengers cannot check-in online, then passengers must check-in at the airport.
Domestic routes: Airport check-in counters open two hours before and close 45 minutes before scheduled departure time.
International routes: Airport check-in counters open three hours before and close one hour before scheduled departure time.
When flying with Thai Lion Air, you will have access to the airline's in-flight entertainment which consists of 11.1-inch touch screens behind every seat that let you view the latest movies, TV programmes and games to keep you entertained on your flight.
You can also connect to Thai Lion Air's "Onboard Player" on flights operated with the Airbus A330neo - this grants you access to more movies and free entertainment on board.
Thai Lion Air offers meals onboard most of its routes. It also offers non-alcoholic beverages and snacks to all passengers which are purchasable from the in-flight menu.
Thai Lion Air offers a service called Lion Fast, which enables passengers to travel more conveniently and faster. Lion Fast enables customers to choose its favourite seat, enjoy priority baggage, priority check-in, priority boarding and VIP VAN for more convenient with shuttle service. Lion Connect enables a convenient flight reservation process that allows passengers to book from two connecting flights under one reservation. Giving you the freedom to fly further with convenient check-in and baggage check through.
Thai Lion Air's fleet consists of a Boeing 737-900ER and Boeing 737-800. The 737-900ER incorporates a new pair of exit doors and a flat rear pressure bulkhead, allowing a maximum capacity of 215 passengers in a single-class layout.
Bangkok Don Mueang International (DMK) is one of the two airports that serve Bangkok and it was previously known as Bangkok International Airport. The airport has a total of two passenger terminals. Terminal one serves international flights and AirAsia only whereas terminal two serves domestic flights. Thai Lion Air is located in terminal two.
Other airlines that operate to and from the airport include Thai AirAsia, Thai Smile, Nok Air, AirAsia, Orient Thai, Batik Air, Malindo Air and more.
24th May 2018
Lion Air subsidiary, Wings Air, opens a 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 Tenggara.
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.