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[[Image:PK-LMISSQ2.jpg|thumb|right|A Lion Air [[McDonnell Douglas MD-80|MD-82]] with 'www.lionair.co.id' titles boarding at [[Sultan Syarif Kasim II Airport]], [[Indonesia]]. (2006)]]
'''Lion Air''' mangrupakeun pausahaan penerbangan paling gede di Indonesia.
'''PT Lion Mentari Airlines''', operating as '''Lion Air''', is [[Indonesia]]’s largest private carrier and Asia’s first hybrid carrier which offers both economy and business-class seating,<ref>[http://www2.lionair.co.id/ourfleet.aspx Lion Air - Our Fleet (2nd Paragraph, Asia's first hybrid carrier)]</ref> based in [[Jakarta]], [[Indonesia]]. Lion Air also flies to [[Malaysia]], [[Singapore]], [[Vietnam]] and [[Saudi Arabia]]. Its main base is [[Soekarno-Hatta International Airport]], [[Jakarta]].<ref name="FI">{{cite news | title= Directory: World Airlines | work= [[Flight International]] | page= 106 | date= 2007-04-03}}</ref> It operates scheduled passenger services on an extensive domestic network from Jakarta to 42 destinations with 226 daily flights (as of December 2009).
Along with many other [[Indonesia]]n carriers, Lion Air is on the [[list of air carriers banned in the European Union]] due to safety concerns as of December 2010.
== History ==
The airline was established in October 1999 and started operations on June 30, 2000, when it began scheduled passenger services between Jakarta and [[Pontianak, Indonesia|Pontianak]] using a leased [[Boeing 737-200]]. It is owned by Rusdi Kirana and family.<ref name="FI"/> The airline is also planning to become an [[IATA]] member, thereby becoming the second IATA [[Indonesia]]n carrier behind [[Garuda Indonesia]].
Starting February 2010, Lion Air will increase the number of flights to [[Jeddah]] to five times weekly. This route will be served by their two [[Boeing 747-400]] with 496 seats.<ref>[http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2010/02/05/lion-air-adds-extra-flights-jeddah.html Lion Air adds extra flights to Jeddah]</ref>