Indonesian low-cost carrier (LCC) Lion Air has said it will use its new twin-aisle Airbus A330-300s, due to be delivered later this year, for domestic schedules rather than long-haul. "We will use these widebody aircraft for our domestic flights, especially on busy flight routes like Jakarta-Medan, Jakarta-Surabaya, and Jakarta-Makassar," Lion Air operations director Daniel Kuncoro Putu Adi said. Adi said the use of the new widebodies would enable Lion to reduce the flight ...

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