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HD Video of Thai Lion Air Celebrating its Inaugural Flight

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[HD videos below] This HD video of Thai Lion Air celebrating its inaugural flight was filmed at Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok, Thailand, this morning (4 December 2013).

In this HD video you will hear the short speech from Thai Lion Air's CEO - Captain Darsito Hendroseputro - as well as witness the official launch, see and feel the passion of some truly amazing drummers, and watch quite a few of the beautiful stewardesses and ground crew that work for Thai Lion Air, dance.

The Thai carrier's twice-daily service on the route started today using Boeing 737-900ER aircraft that are configured with all-economy-class leather seats with a 29in seat pitch. The carrier is the first to operate the 737-900ER in Thailand.

For those leaving Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport Thai Lion Air's flight departs at 11:20 to arrive in Chiang Mai at 12:35. The second daily flight departs Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport at 15:40 and arrives in Chiang Mai at 16:55.

The first Thai Lion Air flight departs Chiang Mai at 13:20 to arrive in Bangkok at 14:35. The second flight departs Chiang Mai at 17:35 and arrives at Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport at 18:50.

The airline has quite aggressive expansion plans and hopes to launch flights to Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur either later this month or possibly in January 2014. Its next domestic Thai destination is likely to be Bangkok - Hat Yai.

HD Video of Thai Lion Air Celebrating its Inaugural Flight

HD Video of Thai Lion Airs New Boeing 737-900ER

See more: HD Videos and also: Thai Lion Air Takes Off - HD Video Interview with Captain Tony.

Lion Air, Thai Lion Air, Bangkok, Chiang Mai

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