AHEAD of entering the month of Ramadan 1444 H or 2023 M, Lion Air began preparing flights during the Lebaran (Idul Fitri) 2023 holiday season by adding flight routes.

According to Strategic of Lion Air, Danang Mandala Prihantoro said, in this period, Lion Air will provide new routes for opportunities for business people, tourists and the public by offering a variety of attractive regular flight routes.

“The percentage increase in market demand during the Lebaran season can vary. The projected market trend for air transportation for the 2023 Lebaran period is growing (increasing) from the previous period,” Danang said through his official statement, Tuesday, February 21, 2023.

The following new routes will be served by Lion Air during the 2023 Lebaran season: (1). Jakarta-Surabaya, (2). Jakarta-Bali, (3). Jakarta-Medan, (4). Jakarta-Makassar, (5). Jakarta-Yogyakarta, (6). Jakarta-Padang, (7). Jakarta-Palembang, (8). Jakarta-Batam, (9). Surabaya-Bali, (10). Surabaya-Makassar, (11). Surabaya-Lombok, (12). Bali-Labuan Bajo, (13). Bali-Lombok, (14). Balikpapan-Yogyakarta, (15). Balikpapan-Surabaya, (16). Balikpapan-Nest, (17). Banjarmasin-Surabaya, (18). Banjarmasin-Yogyakarta, (19). Banjarmasin-Nest, (20). Makassar-Manado, (21). Makassar-Nest, (22). Makassar-Yogyakarta, (23). Makassar-Kendari, (24). Makassar-Gorontalo, (25). Makassar-Jayapura, (26). Medan-Batam, (27). Medan-Pekanbaru, (28). Batam-Padang, (29). Batam-Palembang, (30). Batam-Surabaya.

Lion Air through the Lion Air Group network, also plans to increase flight routes to international destinations directly connected from Indonesia such as Singapore, Bangkok, Penang and Kuala Lumpur and connected to Vietnam (Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Da Nang), Taipei, Japan (Narita, Osaka, Sapporo), India (Mumbai, New Delhi, Amritsar), Australia (Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth) and other flight routes.

“Historically, air transportation market demand during the Lebaran season is always high, especially in Indonesia. Lion Air considers it very necessary to anticipate the increase in demand for the high season period,” Danang concluded. [sources/photo special]