In a strategic move to connect three vibrant destinations, Lion Air, a member airline of the Lion Group, has unveiled a new route linking Lampung, Yogyakarta, and Bali.

This development is poised to significantly boost tourism and business activities in these regions, each holding tremendous potential in terms of culture, nature, and economics.

The inaugural flight is set to take place at the end of January, 2024.

Lampung: Gateway to Sumatra


Lampung, known as the gateway to Sumatra, beckons travelers with its diverse natural attractions. From pristine beaches to picturesque islands, serene lakes, majestic mountains, lush forests, and captivating national parks, Lampung is a haven for nature enthusiasts.

The region is particularly celebrated for its robusta coffee, exquisite tapis crafts, and high-quality weaving fabric.

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Yogyakarta, a cultural gem, immerses visitors in a rich tapestry of history and traditions. The city boasts ancient temples, grand keratons, traditional puppets, intricate batik art, and captivating performing arts.

Beyond cultural wonders, Yogyakarta is a culinary paradise, offering delights such as gudeg, bakpia, and a myriad of other flavorful options.

Bali: Natural and Spiritual Beauty Unite


Bali, an internationally acclaimed tourist destination, seamlessly blends natural, cultural, and spiritual allure.

The island is adorned with breathtaking beaches, ancient temples, verdant rice fields, tranquil lakes, and scenic mountains.

Bali is renowned for its diverse arts, intricate crafts, rejuvenating spas, and vibrant festivals, making it a must-visit for globetrotters.

Inaugural Flight


With a start-up date set for January 21, 2024, Lion Air inaugurates the first round-trip flight on the Lampung-Yogyakarta-Bali route at the end of this month.

Departing from Lampung’s Radin Inten II Airport (TKG), the non-stop flight to Yogyakarta Kulonprogo International Airport (YIA) marks the beginning of a new journey for the carrier.

The Lion Air route further presents a multitude of connectivity advantages for travelers: From Yogyakarta, connections are available to Pontianak, Balikpapan, Banjarmasin, Samarinda, Makassar, and various other cities.

Bali serves as a convenient gateway to international destinations like Adelaide, Bangkok, Melbourne, Perth, Singapore, Sydney, Brisbane, and Kuala Lumpur.

An extensive range of domestic connections are also offered to Labuan Bajo, Medan, Makassar, Kupang, Lombok, Bima, Ende, Maumere, Tambolaka, and Waingapu.

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