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1. Lion Air Adds 15 New ATR 72-500s to Wings Airs Fleet
Lion Air Adds 15 New ATR 72-500s to Wings Airs Fleet. Indonesias Wings Air, and parent company Lion Air, have signed an operational contract for the purchase of 15 additional ATR 72-500s. These aircraft will bring to 30 the total fleet of ATRs operated by Wings Air.
2. Wings Air Increases ATR 72-500 Order
Wings Air Increases ATR 72-500 Order. ATR and Indonesian carrier Wings Air, a subsidiary of Indonesias largest private carrier, Lion Air, has signed a contract for the purchase of 15 ATR 72-500s, with options for 15 ATR 72-600 series aircraft.
3. Wings Air Takes Delivery of First ATR 72-500s in Indonesia
Wings Air Takes Delivery of First ATR 72-500s in Indonesia. ATR Regional Aircraft and Indonesias Wings Air - a regional subsidiary of the nations largest private carrier Lion Air - has celebrated the introduction of the first three ATR 72-500s to the fast-growing Indonesian market. The delivery of these aircraft follows the signing last year of a contract for the purchase of 15 A
4. Lion Group Seeking Partners for Training Centre
Indonesias Lion Group is seeking international partners for its training organizations the Wings Flying School and the Lion Training Centre. Lion Groups subsidiaries include Lion Air, Wings Air and Batik Air. Lion Air is one of Indonesias largest airlines and mostly operates Boeing 737-900ERs and 737-800s. Wings Air has a fleet of ATR 72-500s and ATR 72-600s. Batik Air has a f
5. Lion Air Signs Contract for 27 Additional ATR 72-600s
Indonesia's fast growing carrier Lion Air and the European regional turboprop manufacturer ATR have signed a contract for the purchase of 27 additional ATR 72-600 aircraft. Once these aircraft will be integrated into the fleet of Lion Air's regional subsidiary Wings Air, it will become the largest operator of ATR aircraft in the world, with a total fleet of 60 aircraft (20 ATR 72-5
6. Indonesias Lion Group Takes Delivery of 50th ATR 72-600
Indonesias Lion Group, ATRs largest customer, has taken delivery of its 50th ATR 72-600 of the 100 aircraft ordered to date. The ATR 72-600 will enter service this month with Lion Group's regional subsidiary company, Wings Air, which already operates a fleet of 40 ATR aircraft in Indonesia. The remaining 50 ATR 72-600s will be delivered between 2015 and 2019.
7. Lion Air Appoints CEO
Lion Group has appointed Rudy Lumingkewas, general manager sales and marketing, as CEO of Lion Air. Rusdi Kirana, meanwhile, retains his position as CEO of Lion Group. Rudy Lumingkewas will report to Kirana who will continue to oversee all the businesses in the group. The CEOs of Batik Air and Wings Air already report to Kirana.c
8. Lion Group Signs US$ 1 Billion Purchase Agreement for 40 ATR 72-600s
Indonesia's Lion Group has signed a US$ 1 Billion purchase agreement for 40 additional ATR 72-600s, hiking the firm order total for the newest generation ATR turboprops to 100 aircraft. The order makes the Lion Group ATR's largest ever customer. There are currently three subsidiary airlines in the Lion Group operating ATRs: Wings Air with a fleet of 32 ATR aircraft operating in Ind

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