The FINANCIAL — Pegasus Airlines is launching new internal flights in Turkey: from Izmir to Batman, Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen to Sinop and from Turkey’s capital city Ankara to Tekirdag and Adiyaman.
Pegasus, whose vision it is to make flying accessible to all, is launching four new destinations to give its guests even more choice. As of August, the new routes will bring Pegasus’ total network to 108 destinations, including 36 within Turkey and 72 other international destinations with the addition of Batman from Izmir, Sinop from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen and Tekirdag and Adiyaman from Ankara.
Pegasus guests can avail of three times weekly flights with prices starting from £16 from Ankara to Adiyaman; from £18 from Ankara to Tekirdag; from £23 from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen to Sinop and from just £53 from Izmir to Batman, according to Pegasus.
Commenting on the launching of the new routes Pegasus Airlines CEO Mehmet T. Nane said “As Pegasus Airlines we are continuing to offer our guests ever more choice of destinations. With our new routes we are proud now to be flying a scheduled service to 108 destinations including 36 within Turkey and 72 other international routes in 40 different countries. Our guest are at the heart of our business with our focus firmly on providing a continually improving guest experience and increasing choice with our ever increasing new destinations.