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Wings Air (IW/WON) or Wings Abadi Airlines is an Indonesian airline, a subsidiary of Lion Air Group. Lion Air is as one of the most popular low-cost carrier in Indonesia. As the subsidiary of Lion Air, Wings Air serves regional routes that connect between smaller cities and hub served by Lion Air.
Wings Air commenced its commercial flight in the mid of 2003, headquartered at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and Manado, North Sulawesi.
Besides domestic routes, Wings Air also serves international flight to two destinations, namely Pekanbaru to Malacca and Medan to Penang.
By the end of the year 2015, Wings Air is planning to add up to 27 units of ATR 72-600 and becoming the largest ATR operating airline by having up to 20 units of ATR 72-500 and 40 units of ATR 72-600.
Passengers of Wings Air get up to 7 kg free cabin baggage allowance, both domestic and international flights. Passengers also get up to 10 kg checked baggage allowance.
For more information, please refer to Refund Terms and Procedure FAQ page.
Wings Air was founded in 2003 as an extension carrier of Lion Air serving regional feeder routes all throughout Indonesia. It operates from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and is headquartered in Manado, North Sulawesi.
Initially, Wings Air functioned as a low-cost carrier of Lion Group, but then decided to function as a feeder carrier. Fleet of Wings Air is supported by McDonnell Douglas MD-80 and MD-82 priorly used by Lion Air and De Havilland Dash-8. Later on, those two types were discontinued and replaced by ATR-72.
The regional airline led by Rusdi Kirana first introduced 3 units of ATR 72-500 in 2010, followed by 15 units of ATR 72-500 and 15 units of ATR 72-600, spending up to USD 600 million. ATR 72-500 replaced MD-80, while the airline expanded its network. Routes overlapping with Lion Air were finally terminated and Wings Air focuses on regional routes.
In November 2010, Wings Air started to expand its network to international by serving Pekanbaru to Malacca and Medan to Penang, priorly served by Lion Air.
Along with time, Wings Air concentrates exclusively to use ATR 72-500 and ATR 72-600, despite ATR’s fewer capacity (72 passengers). Wings Air opts for more frequency than capacity.
Wings Air flight attendant wears a skirt slight above the knee paired with a red short-sleeve blouse. Wings Air logo is displayed on the chest part.
As a regional feeder, Wings Air does not provide on-board meal nor drinks.