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1. Find Flights

Our website offers a ticket search engine that is quick, easy and reliable, so you always find what you’re seeking in a matter of seconds. Simply choose your Wings Air flight destination and your travel dates, and our search engine will locate the best deals and itineraries available.


2. Buy Online

After choosing the flight schedule and route that best suits your needs, you’ll be able to purchase your ticket through our secure online system. Your transaction is secured by Norton Security and a number of other features that guarantee safe payment every time. We allow customers to pay with credit card, e-payment (such as CLIMB Clicks or Independent ClickPay) or ATM transfer (BRI, BCA, Mandiri, BII, BNI).


3. Receive e-Ticket

The aviation industry is growing rapidly, and innovative moves are being made to make the ticketing, check-in and boarding processes easier than ever before. The traditional paper ticketing system of the past has now been traded for e-tickets, a more efficient and secure way of accessing your flight. As soon as you complete the payment process on our website, you will receive an e-ticket in your email inbox. The e-ticket has the same validity as a paper ticket, but it can not be lost or stolen, because it’s saved on your smartphone, tablet or laptop.


4. Show e-Ticket at the Airport 

Flying has been made easier by e-tickets. On the day of your departure, you’ll simply display your e-ticket on your phone, tablet or laptop for the Wings Air representative at the check-in counter. The representative will print your boarding pass, and you’ll be ready to pass through security and await your flight’s departure. Flying has never been so enjoyable!


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We understand that purchasing flight tickets can be stressful, but our website makes the process easier than ever before. Our advanced search engine locates the best deals on Wings Air flights in a matter of seconds. It doesn’t matter if you’ll be departing months from the time you book or the very next day, we’ll help you locate the flight you need quickly and easily.

Even more, we make the payment process convenient and secure, so you can purchase your tickets immediately and start packing your bags. Best of all, booking on our website only requires a few clicks from your finger or mouse.

www.lionair.co.id 
Official Website

Wings Air is a subsidiary of Lion Air and doesn’t operate its own official website. However, you can find all of the information you need on the Lion Air website (LionAir.co.id). Lion Air integrates all of their Lion Air, Batik Air, Malindo Air and Wings Air information into one easy-to-find location. If you prefer to check-in online, you don’t have to worry. The Lion Air website features a check-in feature for both Lion Air and Wings Air flights.

last update: 29 september 2016

Wings Air Promo Tickets

You can enjoy the lowest prices on Wings Air tickets by shopping on our website. We offer a range of airfare discount options, including web promos, special discounts and promotions during certain holidays or months. If you’re seeking a promo for a specific flight route or departure date, you can use our Promo Flights Tracker to find the best deal on your upcoming getaway.

Interesting Facts About Wings Air

Wings Air was founded in 2003 to respond to the needs of Lion Air passengers who wanted to reach more remote areas of Indonesia. Wings Air now travels to areas of the country that travelers weren’t able to reach before. For example, if you wish to travel from Jakarta to Mount Sitoli (Nias), you will fly on a Lion Air flight from Jakarta to Medan, then proceed on a Wings Air flight from Medan to Gunung Sitoli.

After the fall of a previous low-cost carrier, Wings Air took over the segment and now dominates the market for short-distance flights to remote destinations throughout Indonesia. Wings Air’s recent order of 27 ATR 72-600 aircraft proves the airline is on the rise. In fact, Wings Air is the largest operator of ATR aircraft in the world. The ATR 72-500 and 72-600 aircraft are French-Italian aircraft that have become Wings Air’s go-to planes for every route.

Wings Air now connects major cities, like Surabaya, Medan, Makassar, Denpasar and Balikpapan, to small towns like Maumere, Sibolga, Luwuk, Mamuju, Labuan Bajo, Larantuka, Gunung Sitoli, Saumlaki, Banyuwangi and Gorontalo. They also offer flights to connect some of Indonesia’s biggest cities, including Lombok, Yogyakarta, Bandung and more. Passengers have been able to identify Wings Air aircraft by their unique livery for years, but the next order of aircraft will feature the livery of the parent company Lion Air.

A subsidiary of Lion Air

Wings Air is owned in full by the largest low-cost carrier in Indonesia, Lion Air. The company began operations in 2003 and chose Manado as its headquarters. In the early years, Wings Air received a grant of two MD-80 aircraft from its parent company. They’ were later given a number of Bombardier Dash 8-300 aircraft to expand the fleet. Wings Air is not just a subsidiary of Lion Air, but it is also an extension for travelers who often fly with Lion Air. Wings Air now offers services to more than 70 destinations and boasts a 75-percent occupancy rate.

"Fly is cheap" slogan

Wings Air’s slogan, “Fly Is Cheap,” has been criticized for its poor sentence structure and grammatical errors. It has also been criticized for only presenting the cost of airfare and not the safety or integrity of the airline. Wings Air has since changed its slogan to, “Flying Is Cheap,” and expressed that the slogan emphasizes the affordable cost of airfare due to short flight routes and aircraft that are incredibly fuel efficient. By keeping operational costs low, Wings Air is able to offer some of the cheapest ticket rates in the industry.

Wings Abadi Airlines

Wings Air’s original name was Wings Abadi Airlines, but it has since been shortened for practical reasons. Wings Air does not create a lot of brand awareness, because it shares flights with its parent airline Lion Air. Lion Air and Wings Air products are considered similar; however, each airline operates its own fleet of aircraft. Lion Air operates mostly Boeing 737-900ER aircraft, while Wings Air operates primarily ATR 72-600 aircraft.


   

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46+

Planes

Wings Air continually purchases new aircraft to accommodate the needs of the airline’s passengers and the growing market. Wings Air is operating no fewer than 46 aircraft in Indonesia’s skies each day.

The number of Wings Air passengers grows every year, and the airline has secured its position as the most popular Indonesian airline. Wings Air serves a multitude of flight routes and connects travelers to more remote destinations. As Indonesia’s economy grows, the need for air transportation does too, whether passengers are flying for business or leisure. It is expected that Wings Air’s fleet will continue to expand with passenger demand in the years to come.

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Destinations

Wings Air flies its passengers to over 75 destinations. When combined with Lion Air, Batik Air and Malindo Air, passengers can reach hundreds of destinations while flying within the Lion Air family. As of June 2015, Wings Air operates roughly 180 daily flights and flies roughly 5.2 million passengers each year. The increase in the airline’s number of annual passengers shows that local Indonesians and tourists are seeking flights to more remote areas. Wings Air has become the primary choice for flights to those destinations. In addition to domestic routes, such as those from Balikpapan to Kalimarau, Makassar to Poso and Wamena to Jayapura, Wings Air operates two international routes, connecting Pekanbaru and Malacca and Medan and Penang.

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A deal worth milion USD

Wings Air and its parent company Lion Air recently signed an aircraft purchase of roughly 600 million USD. This purchase involves several types of aircraft, including the Boeing 737 Max, Boeing 737-900ER and the ATR 72-600.

This order will boost Wings Air’s fleet to a total of 47 aircraft. In November of 2015, Wings Air reordered 40 ATR 72-600 aircraft. These aircraft are expected to arrive in 2017, 2018 and 2019. They’ll replace the fleet of ATR aircraft the airline is operating today. The high value of the purchase agreement shows that Wings Air is expecting to advance over the next several years.

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Do I need to pay Departure Tax at the airport when flying with WIngs Air?

You no longer need to pay a departure tax when departing from Indonesia with WIngs Air. As of Feb. 25, 2015, purchased tickets already include airport taxes, so you won’t have to pay additional administrative costs for the airport when flying. This new rule is effective for all flights departing Indonesia, whether domestic or international.

Does Wings Air provide food and drinks during the flight?

Wings Air does not provide food or drinks during flights. This is because Wings Air flights are generally short and tend to be less than 1-hour long. You are always welcome to purchase bottled drinks or snacks at the airport before departure.


How can I get a refund for Wings Air ticket?

Wings Air does provide refunds to passengers if necessary. However, the amount of the refund is dependent on the time of the request. The highest possible refund you will receive for a Wings Air ticket if cancelled is 50-percent of the base fare. The refund process can be completed by calling the Wings Air call center at 08 04 177 8899.
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How much is an infant / child fare?

Babies under the age of 2 are charged 20-percent of the adult ticket price. Children, between the ages of 2 and 12, are subject to the standard adult ticket price. However, children are not allowed to fly without being accompanied by a parent or guardian.




Wings Air Contact

Here you'll find multiple ways to keep in contact with Wings Air... 

+62 21 632 6038
JL Gajah Mada No. 7,
Lion Air Tower, 
Jakarta, 10130, Indonesia

We accept ATM / bank transfers, e-payments and credit cards

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(+62) 81 22444 0000

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