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Pegasus is a leading low-cost airline in Turkey, which provides reasonably-priced transportation opportunities on point-to-point basis in short and medium range routes, and aims to set up a wide flight network with high flight frequency for guests.

Dünden Bugüne Pegasus

Pegasus Hava Tasimaciligi A.S, which was founded as a joint venture company on 1990 by Aer Lingus Group, Silkar Yatırım ve Insaat Organizasyonu A.S. and Net Holding A.S., entered into commercial operation with two airplanes.

After being acquired on 2005 by Esas Holding A.S. owned by Sevket Sabanci and his family, Pegasus started scheduled domestic flights in November of the same year and became the 4th top among the scheduled airlines operating in Turkey.

Pegasus; the Most Rapidly Growing Airline in Europe...

Holding the belief that everybody has the right to travel by air, Pegasus brought “low cost model” to life soon after starting scheduled flights. Based on this vision, Pegasus still continues to introduce reasonably priced airline transportation services with a young fleet and high punctual departure rates.

With its fleet composed of 99 airplanes in total (excluding the 2 aircraft operated on damp lease), overall age average is 4.7 by June 2023. Pegasus extended its flight network, which was initially composed of 6 domestic locations at the beginning of scheduled flights, up to 130 locations and currently has 93 international and 37 domestic flight locations in 49 countries.

In order to provide a pleasant travel experience to the guests; Pegasus continues to offer substantial new services and products. By also expanding its family parallel to its growth in the sector; Pegasus turned into a huge family of 7,336 members as of June 2023.

While providing economic, safe and punctual travel opportunities to its guests, by means of investments in areas of flight safety and technology, Pegasus established itself as the latest flight training center of Turkey. This has led to Pegaus also becoming one of the leading airlines, to adopt fleet-wide Wireless Groundlink End to End Network Solutions, a system providing double direction data transfer that is significant with regards to the traceability of systems.