Indonesia-based Batik Air has announced its first international route, an addition of 12 new domestic routes and a projected 10 new aircraft this year. Batik, the full-service subsidiary of Lion Air, will open its first international flights on a daily basis from Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta to Singapore Changi at “the end of 2014,” Batik Air CEO Achmad Luthfie said. Luthfie said the airline will also extend its fleet with six new Airbus A320s and four Boeing 737-800s to be delivered ...

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