Lion Air to join with Australia's SkyAirWorld to operate international services - and maybe domestic

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Lion Air, Indonesia’s most successful new entrant airline,

flying as Lion Air Australia, plans to start Australian operations later this

year using a six aircraft fleet of new extended range B737-900ER, 215-seat aircraft.

Lion will hold 49% of the new company, which is to be 51% owned by small Australian

charter operator, SkyAirWorld.

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