Thai Lion Air

Thai Lion Air

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Ultimo Aggiornat 10 giugno 2024 11:21 (UTC +0)

Company Profile

Thai Lion Air, the trade name of Thai Lion Mentari Co. Ltd, is a Thai associate company of Indonesia’s Lion Air. The low-cost carrier operates from Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport, serving both Thai domestic and international flight routes. The airline, which operates using the IATA code SL and ICAO code TLM, fly to various destinations in Thailand and cities in other countries such as Jakarta, Bangladesh, and Kathmandu. Since its inaugural flight in 2013, Thai Lion Air has been given various awards, such as the Top 10 People’s Choice Awards Thailand in 2017, and two consecutive Asia’s Top Budget Airlines in 2017 and 2018 by Now Travel Asia Awards. Its head office is located in Don Mueang International Airport, Bangkok, Thailand. In other countries such as Nepal, Vietnam, or Myanmar, the airline also has representative offices, and you can find the addresses on the Call Center section of this page.
Thai Lion Air Office Address
Head Office 89/46 Vibhavadi Rangsit Road, Sanambin Sub-District, Don Mueang District, Bangkok 10210, Thailand
Airport Office Room 4313A, 4th floor, Terminal 1 Building, Don Mueang International Airport, 222 Vibhavadi Rangsit Road, Sanambin Sub-District, Don Mueang District, Bangkok 10210, Thailand
Training Center 95/5 Navanakorn 5 Road, Klong Nueng Sub-District, Klong Luang District, Pathumthani 12120, Thailand
Kathmandu Office Ground Floor, GR Complex, House No. 531 Lazimpat, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hanoi Office 90 Le Duan Street, Cua Nam Ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
Yangon Office 186, MWEA Tower, Room no. 105, Shwe Dagon Pagoda Road, 11191 Dagon Township, Yangon
Jakarta Office Lion Air Tower Jl. Gajahmada No.7 Jakarta Pusat 10130
Taiwan Office 11F-5, No.142, Sec. 3, Minquan E. Rd., Songshan Dist., Taipei ,Taiwan
Tokyo Office 1207 Cross Office Uchisaiwai cho, 1-18-6 Nishi Shinbashi, Minayo-ku, Tokyo, 105-0003 Japan

History

Thai Lion Air is the result of an agreement between the Indonesian low-cost carrier, Lion Air, and its partner in Thailand. It was meant to be an extension of the airline in other countries outside Indonesia. The airline, which uses "Freedom to Fly" as a slogan, operated for the first time with a flight from Bangkok to Chiang Mai on December 4 2013. The next day, it started its full service. Not longer than a week later, Thai Lion Air signed an agreement with Malindo Air allowing the airline to serve the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) - Bangkok routes. When it started, the airline used the Don Mueang International Airport as their first hub, flying domestic flights to Chiang Mai. It then opened the second hub in the Hat Yai International Airport, adding more routes both in and outside of the TH. In Thailand, the flights are from both Don Mueang and Hat Yai to Chiang Mai International Airport, Hua Hin Airport, and Surat Thani Airport. Internationally, the airline serves routes to two countries: Indonesia and Malaysia. Currently, the airline serves more destinations than before, flying to more cities in Thailand and cities in countries across Asia and Southeast Asia.

Flight Attendant

The flight attendants working with the airline wear uniforms in the signature purple and red batik pattern of the Lion Air Group. The female flight attendants wear a set of blouse and knee length skirt in the Indonesia traditional batik inspired pattern, with a thigh-high slit on the side to allow for more mobility on board the airplane. The male flight attendants’ uniform is a set of crisp white shirt and black pants, paired with a tie in the same pattern.

Fleet

The airline’s fleet is composed of aircrafts from the Boeing 737 family including 737-800, 737-900ER, 737 Max 9, and Airbus A330-300. All of which can be seen below:
Type Quantity
Boeing B737-800 6
Boeing B737-900ER 2
Boeing 737 MAX 9 3
Airbus A330-900 2

Call Center

There are various ways for you to contact the Thai Lion Air Customer Service, from calling the call center phone numbers, sending email, to visiting their offices. The Thai Lion Air call center can be contacted on one of the following numbers :
Country Operating Hour Phone Number Email
Thailand 24 hours on Monday-Sunday (+66) 2529 9999 info@lionairthai.com
China 10AM - 6PM on Monday-Friday - johnny@lionairchina.com
Singapore 24 hours on Monday-Sunday (+65) 6589 8300 info@lionairthai.com
Nepal 9.30AM - 5.30PM on Monday-Sunday +977 1400 5205 or +977 1400 5206 -
Vietnam 8.30AM - 5.30 PM on Monday-Friday, and 8.30AM - 12.00PM on Saturday +8424 3633 1773 and +8424 3633 1775 -
Myanmar 9AM - 6PM on Monday-Friday, and 9AM-1PM on Saturday +951 381 606, +951 372 269, +951 374 210, +951 388 779 -
Indonesia 24 hours on Monday-Sunday +6280 4177 8899, +6221 6379 8000 -
India 9.30AM - 5.30 PM on Monday-Friday, and 9.30AM - 2PM on Saturday +9111 4359 6437, +9111 4351 5922, +9111 4351 5933

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