Thai Lion Air has cleared the last regulatory hurdle needed to start domestic operations, although it still needs further approvals to launch international flights. Thailand’s Department of Civil Aviation has issued an air operator’s certificate to the carrier, which is a joint-venture low-cost carrier established by Indonesia’s Lion Air and an unnamed local investor. This was the second major regulatory approval required after the carrier gained its air operator’s license in ...

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