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1. Lion Air Takes Delivery of Two Boeing 737-900 ERs
Jakarta-based Lion Air, which operates an all-Boeing fleet, was the launch customer of the 737-900ER and is currently the largest operator of the airplane. With today's deliveries, the Lion Air fleet consists of 36 737-900ERs and two 747-400s. In addition, Lion Air is a launch customer for the new 737 Boeing Sky Interior.. Lion Air Takes Delivery of Two Boeing 737-900 ERs
2. Indonesia's Lion Air orders 22 more Boeing 737s
Indonesia's Lion Air orders 22 more Boeing 737s. Boeing has confirmed a previously unidentified Lion Air order for 22 Next-Generation 737-900ER (Extended Range) airplanes. Jakarta-based Lion Air's order was placed during the second quarter of 2007 and was listed in the unidentified category on Boeing's Orders and Deliveries website. This order, valued at more than $1.7 billion at c
3. HD Video of Thai Lion Air's New Boeing 737-900ER
Lion Groupís affiliate in Thailand, Thai Lion Air, unveiled one of its Boeing 737-900ERs to a select group of media on Friday. Thai Lion Air will be the first airline in Thailand to operate the 737-900ER. The aircraft can seat 215 passengers in an all economy class configuration. Thai Lion Airís CEO, Captain Darsito Hendroseputro, said the carrier hopes to launch operations in earl
4. Jakarta-based Lion Air orders 56 Next-Generation Boeing 737-900ERs
Jakarta-based Lion Air orders 56 Next-Generation Boeing 737-900ERs. Jakarta-based Lion Air has placed an order for 56 Next-Generation Boeing 737-900ER (Extended Range) airplanes. This order, valued at more than $4.4 billion at current list prices, brings Lion Air's combined orders for the 737-900ER to 178. Additionally, the airline acquired purchase rights for an additional 50 737-
5. ATR and Lion Air sign MoU for 20 ATRs
ATR and Lion Air sign MoU for 20 ATRs. ATR and Indonesiaís Lion Air have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for 10 firm ATR 72-500 with options for 10 additional aircraft. The deal is valued at more than US$380 million, including options. These aircraft will be the first new ATR 72-500s to fly Indonesiaís skies. The 72-seat aircraft will be operated by Lion Airís subsidiary Wings
6. Thai Lion Air Launches Medan-Hat Yai and KL-Hat Yai Flights
Thai Lion Air has launched a three times weekly service linking Medan in Indonesia, with Hat Yai, one of the main gateways into southern Thailand. Hat Yai is also Thai Lion Airís second major hub, which means that passengers from Medan can make convenient connections in Hat Yai to other destinations in Thailand using Thai Lion Air.
7. Indonesiaís Lion Air Takes Delivery of its 50th Boeing 737-900ER
Indonesiaís Lion Air Takes Delivery of its 50th Boeing 737-900ER. Lion Air, Indonesia's largest private airline, has taken delivery of its 50th Next-Generation Boeing 737-900ER (Extended Range). The airplane features a special Lion Air paint design to commemorate the 50th 737-900ER delivery to the airline.
8. Boeing delivers First 737-900ER to Launch Customer Lion Air
Boeing delivers First 737-900ER to Launch Customer Lion Air. Indonesia's Lion Air has taken delivery of the first Next-Generation 737-900ER (Extended Range) airplane. The airplane was delivered in a special dual paint scheme that combines the Lion Air lion on the vertical stabilizer and the Boeing livery colors on the fuselage. Boeing launched the 737-900ER program in July 2005 whe

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