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12 June 2014
12. June 2014 Commercial Aircraft

Lion Group’s first Airbus aircraft rolls out of paintshop

The initial Airbus jetliner for Indonesia’s Lion Group – which will be operated by its full-service airline Batik Air – has rolled out of the paint shop hangar in Toulouse, France
Summary

A320 for Lion Group’s full service unit Batik Air revealed in its full livery.

The first Airbus aircraft for Indonesia’s Lion Group has rolled out of the paint shop hangar in Toulouse, France. With the airline’s colourful livery, the aircraft will be delivered in Q3 2014 and will be operated by Lion Group’s full service unit Batik Air on its growing domestic and regional network.
The aircraft is the first from a major order placed by the Lion Group in March 2013 for a total of 234 A320 Family aircraft (109 A320neo, 65 A321neo and 60 A320ceo).
The initial Airbus jetliner for Indonesia’s Lion Group – which will be operated by its full-service airline Batik Air – has rolled out of the paint shop hangar in Toulouse, France

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