Indonesia’s Lion Air Group took delivery of its first Airbus A330-900 on July 20, becoming the first carrier in Asia-Pacific to operate the type. The aircraft is one of 10 A330-900s Lion Air will operate on lease from BOC Aviation, from an order made in August 2018. Configured in a high-density single-class arrangement for 436 passengers, Airbus said the A330neos are expected to serve Lion Air’s current and new long-haul routes from Indonesia, including pilgrimage flights ...

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