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Batik Air is an Indonesian low-cost airline

Flying to 26 destinations: Bandung, Jakarta, Malang, Semarang, Solo, Surabaya, Yogyakarta, Denpasar,
Mataram, Kupang, Gorontalo, Makassar, Manado, Palu, Banda Aceh, Batam, Jambi, Medan, Padang,
Palembang, Pekanbaru, Balikpapan, Ambon, Tarakan, Jayapura, Singapore,...

Batik Air flies to 26 domestic destinations and to Singapore

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Batik to Fly to its 37th Destination

Lion Air's full service arm Batik Air has revealed plans to open a new domestic route from Pekanbaru to Bandung on Friday.

Set to be available once per day, the upcoming flight route will use the Airbus A320 aircraft that can accommodate 144 economy and 12 business-class passengers.

"We have plans to open new routes as we are expanding our fleet, one of them is Pekanbaru-Bandung," said Lion Air Group

Batik Air continues rapid expansion with 19 A320 deliveries by end of 2016

 Batik Air is planning more rapid expansion as it continues to take deliveries at clip of well over one aircraft per month. Batik has added a remarkable 24 aircraft over the last 13 months, giving it a fleet  of 30 aircraft, and expects to add another 19 aircraft by the end of 2016.

Batik Air to serve Australia as second Lion Group airline: Flying A321neos from Bali

The Lion Group full service Indonesia-based airline subsidiary Batik Air is preparing to launch services to Australia, initially from the popular resort island of Bali. If approved by Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA), Batik will become the second Lion Group airline to serve Australia, after its Malaysian JV – Malindo Air. Malindo secured CASA approval in 2015 and launched services from Kuala Lumpur to Perth in Nov-2015. Batik will be able to reach deeper into Australia, including Melbourne and Sydney, since Bali is closer to Australia than Kuala Lumpur, and the airline will use new generation longer-range A321neos. Going through the approval process at CASA – known as one of the world’s most stringent regulators – is part of an overall initiative by the group to raise its international profile and improve safety standards. Lion Group expects all its airlines to be IOSA-registered by the end of 2016 and recently succeeded in removing its parent airline from the EU blacklist.

 

Lion Group fleet with Batik Air along surpasses the 250 aircraft milestone

The Lion Group currently has a fleet of 252 aircraft compared with a fleet of 236 aircraft at the beginning of 2016, according to the CAPA Fleet Database.

Batik Air Remains King of Indonesia's Low-Cost Carriers

The Lion Air Group,wich includes Batik Air owned by Rusdi Kirana, remains the dominating force in Indonesia's airline industry. With its three units (Lion Air, Batik Air, and Wings Air) the group carried 20.5 million air passengers in the first half of 2016, controlling 48.4 percent of the market in the first half of 2016, followed by the Garuda Indonesia Group, and the Sriwijaya Air Group. Edward Sirait, President Director of the Lion Air Group, said the group's market share has grown 5 percent over the past year. This is remarkable considering that the global and domestic economy remained somewhat bleak.

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