Indonesia’s Lion Group received its 100th Boeing 737NG aircraft at an event in Seattle on 4 November.
The Boeing 737-900ER aircraft, which has been painted with a special livery to mark the delivery, will be operated by Lion Air.
"This is an amazing moment for the Lion Group," says Lion Group’s president director Rusdi Kirana. "We've grown from one airplane and today we're taking our 100th Next Generation 737. It's an airplane that has allowed us to grow and be successful because of the low operating cost and passenger comfort."
Lion Air operates 19 737-800s and 67 737-900ERs, while the rest of the aircraft has been allocated to its full service subsidiary Batik Air, and overseas affiliates Malindo Air in Malaysia and Thai Lion Air.
Source: Cirium Dashboard