Friday, 15 September 2017

Double Up Airbus Order For Pegasus


The Turkish low-cost carrier, Pegasus Airlines, confirmed last week that they have increased their order for new Airbus A320neo's.


Speaking at London's Design Centre for the Aviation Festival the airlines boss CCO Guliz Ozturk said the airline will now double its order for the new aircraft from three to six. “We already have the youngest fleet in Turkey and one of the youngest in Europe comprising 77 aircraft with an average age of 5.80 years - and with the new deliveries, the average age will fall even further as we look to create our fleet of the future to improve the customer experience, drive efficiencies and reduce our environmental impact across the board ¬ a vital part of our strategy to transform travel in our region,” Guliz Ozturk said.

Founded in 2005, Pegasus Airlines currently flies to around 108 destinations in 40 countries across Europe, Russia and the Caucasus, the Middle East, North Africa and Asia.



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