Top News on Lion Air

  • PICTURES: Lion Group's first A320 in final assembly

    Lion Group’s first Airbus A320 aircraft has entered final assembly, which will be operated by its full service unit Batik Air.

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  • SINGAPORE: Bombardier non-committal on Lion progress

    Bombardier is still working hard to secure Lion Air as a customer, though it would not be drawn into discussions on how...

  • PICTURE: Lion Group receives 100th 737NG aircraft

    Indonesia’s Lion Group received its 100th Boeing 737NG aircraft at an event in Seattle on 4 November.

  • Six-month safety figures maintain gradual improvement

    Worldwide airline fatal accidents in the first six months of 2013 maintained the all-time best figure of nine, while...

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  • AirAsia to establish aircraft leasing arm

    News | 22 Sep 2014 08:12 | Ellis Taylor

    ​AirAsia will join competitor Lion Air in establishing a separate leasing and asset management unit that will initially serve its regional affiliates.
  • ANALYSIS: Lessors unfazed by airline leasing subsidiaries

    News | 16 Sep 2014 09:54 | Ellis Taylor

    Despite airlines such as Lion Air and Norwegian setting up their own leasing platforms, there is consensus that they will not pose a major challenge to the dedicated lessors.
  • Amentum arranges 737-900 purchases for Archway Aviation

    News | 16 Sep 2014 08:55

    ​Operating lessor Amentum has arranged the purchase of two Boeing 737-900ER aircraft for Archway Aviation as part of sale and leaseback deals with Lion Air. The transactions are funded with commercial debt, says Amentum, which confirms the purchases.
  • Batik Air significantly ups Jakarta-Surabaya service

    News | 15 Sep 2014 07:55 | Firdaus Hashim

    Batik Air has significantly raised the number of flights between Jakarta and Surabaya, which took effect on 12 September.
  • ANALYSIS: Lion Air leasing arm gets down to business

    News | 11 Sep 2014 10:50 | Laura Mueller

    ​Transportation Partners’ third-party leasing plans are off to a good start, despite ongoing criticism from operating lessors, after the Lion Air Group subsidiary closed two airline deals inside a month.
  • HKAC sees backlog risk emerging

    News | 11 Sep 2014 07:34 | Ellis Taylor

    Hong Kong Aviation Capital (HKAC) is starting to see risk starting to build in Airbus and Boeing’s orderbook, but the strong supply of liquidity has meant that airlines have not yet had issues funding their deliveries.