We Make People Fly

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In 2000 following our establishment, Lion Air proudly rolled out a fleet of just two Boeing 737-200 aircraft. Today, we have 118 -- including the Boeing 737-900ER, Boeing 737-800, Boeing 737 MAX 8 and Airbus A330-300 -- to meet passenger demand.

Our fleet is one of the newest in the business, and we have taken the initiative to partner with internationally recognized organisations including OEMs (Boeing, Airbus, Honeywell), export credit agencies (EXIM, ECA), Banks (DBJ, BNP, Citi) and Lessors (GECAS, BOCA, Avolon) to improve our processes, including safety practices.

Ours is a high-capacity and largely uniform fleet that is also fuel-efficient and with an average age of just 6.73 years. Such a young fleet of predominantly Boeing 737 family aircraft delivers efficiencies, including low maintenance costs and operational reliability, which are a win-win for Lion Air and our passengers.

Our aircraft configurations maximise space and seat availability but with the onus on crating the very best on-board experience.

The Lion Air fleet comprises:

Boeing 737-900ER


The lowest fuel consumption per seat of any large commercial aircraft flying today, meaning the smallest possible carbon footprint for each passenger.

  • Lion Air has 65 Boeing 737-900ER aircraft today and were the first users of this hybrid aircraft in Asia.
  • The Boeing 737-900ER has a single-class configuration and can carry as many as 213 passengers.
  • Cruise speed: 853 km per hour
  • Length: 42.1 m


Boeing 737-800


This short haul aircraft plays a crucial role in our schedule of affordable, non-stop flights to many destinations.

  • Lion Air has 38 Boeing 737-800 aircraft today
  • The Boeing 737-800 has a single-class configuration and can carry as many as 189 passengers
  • Cruise speed: 858km per hour
  • Length: 39.5m
  • Wingspan: 35.8m


Boeing 737 Max 8


The newest generation of the 737 aircraft with fuel-efficiency that allows a longer range.

  • Lion Air has 10 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft today
  • The Boeing 737 MAX has a single-class configuration and can carry as many as 108 passengers
  • Cruise speed: 967km per hour
  • Length: 39.5m
  • Wingspan: 35.9m


Airbus A330-300


The Airbus A30-300 is designed for longer distances and used for our international charter flights.

  • Lion Air has 5 Airbus A330-300 aircraft today
  • The Airbus A330-300 has a single-class configuration and can carry as many as 440 passengers
  • Cruise speed: 871 km per hour
  • Length: 63.3m
  • Wingspan: 60.3m