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Fly From Solo To Kuala Lumpur With Lion Air
Feb 24, 2017, 15:18 PM
Solo, February 10, 2017 - Lion Air coming back with another expansion by opening the new flights from Solo via International Airport Adi Soemarmo. This time, Lion Air will serve direct international flight to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
This flights route will be effective as of February 22, 2017, and the airlines with red lion's head logo will fly every day with the following schedule,
JT 288 // SOLO (STD 17:00) - KUALA LUMPUR (STA 20:00)
JT 289 // KUALA LUMPUR (STD 14:45) - SOLO (STD 16:05)
"The opening of the International route is the development of Lion Air’s network connectivity in Solo that makes Adi Soemarmo international airport as Lion Air’s connecting airports in October 2016 and was inaugurated by the Minister of Transport of the Republic of Indonesia, Budi Karya Sumadi," said Edward Sirait, President Director of Lion Air Group.
Edward added with the opening of a route to Kuala Lumpur, now Solo residents can enjoy international travel easily, so as to reduce dependence to Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta.
As it is known that Lion Air Group also has an airlines operating in Malaysia, namely Malindo Air. With flights from Solo to Kuala Lumpur, people can also continue their international trips to another countries such as Singapore, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Australia, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, China, and India from Kuala Lumpur by Malindo Air. This also applies to the contrary, with the attraction of Solo city which has the charm of travel to Indonesian culture, would potentially bring foreign tourists to come, so it can continue to support the advancement of tourism in Indonesia with easy access provided.
"We are hoping that this access to support and help people to travel either for the purpose of leisure or business. We also said that on February 25, 2017, Lion Air will also be connecting Surabaya to Kuala Lumpur, so now some cities in Indonesia has been linked directly to Kuala Lumpur, such as Jakarta, Denpasar, Medan, Bandung and Solo and Surabaya ", Edward ended.