Lion Air promo tickets 2013
Last update: 21 May 2013
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Being the biggest flight booking website in Indonesia, Tiket2 has up-to-date information about cheap promo tickets from all low cost airlines opeating in Indonesia, including Lion Air. Find Lion Air flight information, ticket prices and booking details.
Before booking a Lion Air ticket we advise you to compare prices from other budget airlines - just visit Tiket2.com or use the search box above. Once you found your flight, you can make a ticket reservation with us - the booking process is quick, simple and secure. You will receive the e-ticket directly to your email box.
Lion Air info
LionAir ticket reservations
- 1. Visit Tiket2 start page or use the search box on th top of this page
- 2. Our search enginge will find the cheapes possible flights for the route you have chosen
- 3. Click the "Book", then fill out the booking request form
- 4. We will reserve a ticket for your flight, all you need to do is to make the payment
- 5. Once we receive the payment, we will send you the e-ticket via email
LionAir: the essential airline guide
Lion Air info
PT Lion Mentari Airlines, operating as Lion Air, is the Indonesian's largest private airline, owned by Rusdi Kirana and family. Founded in 1999, it begun operating in July 2000 with a single route, Jakarta to Pontianak. It has since grown to be Indonesia's largest domestic carrier - partly due to its aggressive, but flexible pricing structures which win over bargain hunters (for each flight Lion Air has 12 classes of ticket, and its system ensures that no flight runs at a loss).
Today Lion Air fleet has 60 planes in operation (mostly Boeing 737-900ER, Boeing 737-300,400 and Boeing MD-90). In November 2011 Lion Air ordered 230 new planes from Boeing, making it the largest commercial airplane order ever in Boeing's history. Lion Air's fleet does 3300 flights a week, both domestic and international; in 2011 it carried 27 million passengers.
LionAir cheap tickets on popular routes
|Date of departure||Ticket price||Airline||Departure airport||Arrival airport|
|25 May 2013||213,000||LionAir||Banjarmasin||Surabaya|
|29 May 2013||214,000||LionAir||Lombok||Denpasar (Bali)|
|26 May 2013||236,000||LionAir||Padang||Batam|
|27 May 2013||290,000||LionAir||Denpasar (Bali)||Surabaya|
|17 July 2013||301,000||LionAir||Surabaya||Balikpapan|
|30 May 2013||301,000||LionAir||Jakarta||Semarang|
|22 May 2013||302,000||LionAir||Solo||Jakarta|
|31 May 2013||312,000||LionAir||Balikpapan||Banjarmasin|
|25 May 2013||312,000||LionAir||Pekanbaru||Medan|
|28 May 2013||312,000||LionAir||Palembang||Jakarta|
|30 May 2013||312,000||LionAir||Banda Aceh||Medan|
|31 May 2013||312,000||LionAir||Yogyakarta||Jakarta|
|24 May 2013||323,000||LionAir||Palu||Balikpapan|
|24 May 2013||323,000||LionAir||Banjarmasin||Kotabaru|
|26 May 2013||323,000||LionAir||Jayapura||Merauke|
Lion Air's main base is Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta, and it regularly carries passengers to 36 different destinations. Internationally, it flies to Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia and Saudi-Arabia. It plans to extend its services to the whole Asia Pacific region.
LionAir domestic destinations (Indonesian airports)Ambon airport → Balikpapan airport → Banda Aceh airport → Lampung airport → Bandung airport → Batam airport → BauBau airport → Bengkulu airport → Banjarmasin airport → Bima airport → Buli airport → Denpasar airport → Ende airport → Fak Fak airport → Gorontalo airport → Gunung Sitoli airport → Jakarta airport → Jambi airport → Jayapura airport → Kaimana airport → Kendari airport → Kotabaru airport → Kupang airport → Labuha airport → Labuan Bajo airport → Lhokseumawe airport → Lombok airport → Makassar airport → Mamuju airport → Manokwari airport → Maumere airport → Medan airport → Malang airport → Melanguane airport → Manado airport → Merauke airport → Meulaboh airport → Nabire airport → Natuna airport → Padang airport → Palangkaraya airport → Palembang airport → Palu airport → Pangkal Pinang airport → Pekanbaru airport → Pomala airport → Pontianak airport → Semarang airport → Sibolga airport → Silangit airport → Solo airport → Sorong airport → Sumbawa airport → Surabaya airport → Tahuna airport → Tambolaka airport → Tanjung Pinang airport → Tarakan airport → Ternate airport → Tobelo airport → Tual airport → Waingapu airport → Yogyakarta airport →
Lion Air flights schedule
You can check the Lion Air flights schedule for the particular date using the form at the top of this page. Make sure to select "Lion Air only" option, then choose the route and the date.
Lion Air e-tickets
You are required to have a printed copy of an e-ticket with you during the journey - it will allows you to enter into the airport, to check-in or to arrange a refund/exchange if such a situation arises. You will receive an e-ticket directly to your email box right after you book Lion Air flight with Tiket2. To enter the airport and for the check-in, you will also be asked to present a proof identity such as a passport, identity card or Indonesian KTP.
Payment must be fully made during the reservation with Tiket2, so the ticket can be issued. Each reservation has a time window (time limit) when the payment can be made. In case of non-payment, our system will cancel the reservation and will inform you about this fact by email. You will be asked to start the reservation process from the beginning.
Lion Air group reservations
Regulations for this type of reservation may change from time to time. In general, we offer large discounts for group bookings. Please contact Tiket2 Customer Service for the up to date information and assistance.
Check-in and boarding times
Indonesia domestic flights: check-in usually starts 2 hours before the departure time; the check-in counters close 45 minute before the departure time. International flights: check-in starts 2.5 hours before the departure time; the check-in counters close 45 minutes before the departure time. Departure times are the same for both business and economy classes of passengers. The boarding gate will be closed 15 minutes before departure time. Please note that if you are late at the boarding gate, you will not be boarded on the flight and will be considered a no-show passenger.
Priority check-in and boarding is available for members of Lion Air Passport Club.
If for some reason a passenger is unable to travel with and has confirmed Lion Air booking, she is asked to contact Lion Air Reservation and Ticketing as soon as possible to avoid a penalty.
Lion Air web check-in
If you want to save time you spent on the airport, you can use the web check-in. Web check-in opens 24 hours before the departure time and close 4 hours before the flight. With a boarding pass printed out during the web check-in you can arrive at the airport a bit later, but you always should take into account that you still need to drop off your check-in baggage and pass through security scanning. Passengers carrying only a hand luggage can proceed directly to the gate.
Changes to the flight, refunds and cancellations
Once the web check-in has been made, you can only make changes to your flight by contacting Lion Air Customer Service (tel 0804-1-778899). The upgrade fares and admin fees apply.
To discuss the e-ticket cancellation or refund you should contact the Lion Air Call Center. If you made the reservation with Tiket2, we will take care of the whole process for you.
Lion Air cabin baggage
Lion Air passengers are allowed to carry on board one piece of hand baggage with the maximum weight of 10kg and dimensions within 40cm x 30cm x 20cm. Cabin luggage limits are the same for domestic flights within Indonesia and for international flights.
Free baggage allowance
Lion Air offers both economy and business-class seating. Lion Air's policy sets the baggage weight limit to 20 kg for the economy class and 30 kg for the business class. This baggage allowance is the same for both domestic and international flights. An infant without an allocated seat has no right to the free checked-in baggage allowance.
Excess baggage fees apply if the checked baggage exceeds the weight limit. An increased check-in baggage allowance is available for passengers who are members of Lion Air Passport Club.
Travelling with children
Please note that Lion Air reserves the right to not to carry infants less than 7 days old. Infants between 3 and 7 days need to have a medical certificate confirming that the child can travel by plane (such a certificate must be issued not earlier than 72 hours before the flight). Lion Air defines an infant as a child of less than 2 years old.
Lion Air’s Business Class offers more room in the cabin as well as personalised service and a higher level of privacy. The leather seats are more comfortable (spacious leg room of 38”), passengers can also enjoy in-flight dining - an option which is available in Economy Class only on long, international flights. Business Class customers have also access to a private lounge.
Lion Air vs Wings Air
Both Lion Air and Wings Air are part of one group/corporation. They work together like another Indonesian carrier - Garuda Indonesia and their budget wing Citilink, or Singapore Airlines and Silk Air in Singapore. However, unlike Garuda Indonesia/Citilink or Singapore Airlines/Silk Air, Lion Air/Wings Air continue to use the same website, airline code and booking system.
Although their levels of service are mostly the same, there are small differences:
- Lion Air operates on the longer/more popular routes and uses mostly Boeing 737-900ER planes. Wings Air operates on shorter/less popular routes and uses smaller ATR72-500 planes.
- Lion Air's baggage allowance in economy class is 20kg. Wings Air has a smaller (but not strictly enforced) baggage allowance: 15kg.
- Lion Air offers business/executive class on some routes, while Wings Air focuses on basic class only.
You can easily tell which flight is operated by which airline by looking at the logo next to the flight details. Also, a four-digit flight number usually indicates a Wings Air flight.