Pegasus Airlines has placed an order for 100 Airbus aircraft as part of a new strategy for growth in the decade to 2023. Within this framework for expansion, Pegasus Airlines, which launched scheduled flights on November 1st 2005, announced a vision to create a “Fleet of the Future”.
Turkey’s best-known low-cost carrier, Pegasus Airlines, has continued to expand its international flight network with a new flight to Dubai, making it Pegasus’ 58th. Booking is open now for the four-times-a-week flights from London Stansted via Istanbul which start on October 18th. The announcement was made during the Routes 2012 forum in Abu Dhabi.
Pegasus Airlines extends its flight network to 57 destinations worldwide, with its second destination in Georgia: the Black Sea coastal town of Batumi; and Lviv, Pegasus’ third Ukrainian destination after Kharkiv and Donetsk, launching in October.
Pegasus Airlines’ network extends to 57 destinations worldwide, with its second destination in Georgia: the seaside town of Batumi; and Lviv, the third destination in Ukraine Pegasus continues to expand its flight network both within Turkey and internationally. Georgia’s Black Sea coastal town of Batumi; and Lviv, our third Ukrainian destination after Kharkiv and Donetsk, will be introduced in October.
Responding to travellers’ needs as always Pegasus Airlines, renowned as Turkey’s most dynamic privately owned airline, has added additional direct flights to its schedule for summer 2011. Also in Europe today, City.Mobi is celebrating the success of its new guide to Istanbul.
Pegasus Airlines has signed a partnership agreement with global online hotel reservations service Booking.com. Pegasus guests who visit the airline’s website can now access and make bookings in more than 135,000 affordable hotels in 101 countries around the world.
Flights between Bucharest and Istanbul run every day except Tuesdays and Saturdays from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport.
Pegasus Airlines has launched a new direct flight for summer 2011 to Izmir on Turkey’s Aegean coast from London Stansted. These new direct flights, which run four times a week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, promise to open up Turkey’s Aegean coast to city-breakers, holidaymakers, intrepid travellers and the business community like never before.
Responding to recent unprecedented demand for flights between London and Turkey and Northern Cyprus following the suspension of Cyprus Turkish Airlines (CTA) flights; Pegasus, Turkey’s best value and most dynamic airline, has added new flights to their 2010 summer schedule from Monday 19 July 2010.
Turkey’s leading low-cost carrier Pegasus Airlines is launching new direct flights from Manchester and London Gatwick to the Turkish holiday destinations of Antalya and Dalaman on May 2nd 2010.
In response to growing demand, Pegasus Airlines is launching new direct flights from the UK to the Turkish holiday destinations of Antalya, Bodrum and Dalaman, flying variously from London Gatwick, London Stansted, Manchester and Birmingham.