The authoritative Indonesian Digest, published by TBSC Strategic Communications, reports that Lion Air have commenced service to Korea from Jakarta.
Quoting the Airline's President Director, Rusdi Kirana, the inaugural flight left Jakarta for Incheon, South Korea, on February 6, 2005.
According to the Digest, the flight will operate 5 times every week to Incheon (south of Seoul) and will transit Denpasar and Manila, using Boeing 737-400 aircraft.
The airline also plans to fly to Pusan, South Korea, five times weekly, using B737-400 aircraft.
To Perth in June
Lion Air's current plans are to inaugurate service from Jakarta to Perth, with an intermediate stop in Bali, starting in June.
Lion Air already flies to Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Saigon and China. In all, the airline flies to 28 domestic and international destinations.
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