Pegasus Airlines Wiki
Pegasus Airlines Overview
Pegasus Airlines is a low-cost carrier, it happens to be Turkey’s most established private airline. In addition to this, it was founded in 1989 and since then it has worked up a very solid reputation as an airline. Apart from having experienced crew and low cost flights, Pegasus also uses cutting edge technology. The airline’s name is special, in greek mythology Pegasus which means “strong” was a horse with wings. Moreover, the airline started operations in 1990 with two Boeing 737–400s and now its fleet consists of overall 83 aircrafts with several new additions. Lastly, the airline has codeshare agreements with KLM, Alitalia and Flynas.
Pegasus Airlines Hub and Destinations
Istanbul, Turkey is the headquarters of Pegasus Airlines. Its primary hub airport is Kuala Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen International Airport (SAW). Moreover, the airline connects the passengers to over 42 countries, around 110 destinations. Currently, its global network is spread out in Amsterdam, Paris, Tehran, Frankfurt, Adana, Dubai, Erbil, Moscow, Izmir, Rome, Almary, Dusseldorf, Munich, Sharm el-Sheikh, Antalya, Tirana, Madrid, Baku and more.
Pegasus Airlines Travel Classes
This airline only offers three travel classes – Economy Class and Business Class.
Pegasus Airlines’ Business Class is perfect for passengers who are looking for high-end service on-board as well as on ground. This travel class comes with a lot of benefits, depending on your choice. Firstly, the airline exempts passengers from paying extra baggage charges. Secondly, passengers can select their seat. Most importantly, passengers can enjoy free cancellation service. On-board passengers can enjoy delicious food along with beverages. Moreover, the option of Business Flex package is available too. This package provides more flexibility and comfort to the trip. It comes with more allowance, free cancellation and ticket change. Lastly, seats on the aircraft have wide legroom and are the best space on the craft to relax.
Economy Class is the most basic cabin class available on Pegasus Airlines. However, it comes with satisfying and comfortable service for the budget traveler. In addition, Essential Economy Class passengers get extra baggage allowance. Lastly, seats in this cabin class differ depending on the craft. However, they are very comfortable with a lot of legroom and 31-in pitch.
Pegasus Airlines provides a range of content when passengers connect to the Immfly network. By doing so passengers can stream a lot of TV channels. For instance, Euronews, the BBC, Twentieth Century Fox, Financial Times and National Geographic. Moreover, an inflight magazine is available to read during the journey for inflight entertainment. Lastly, wifi is also available on-board so that passengers can stay connected to friends throughout their flight.
Pegasus Airlines strives to provide the best quality food to its passengers. However, this service is only available on flights with duration longer than 2 hours. Moreover, passengers can pre-order the food they want from the Pegasus Cafe menu while booking their flight. They can also order it after booking their flight by getting in touch with the call center or through the mobile app. Domestic flight menu for Pegasus Café can be accessed here and international flight menu can be accessed here. Moreover, by ordering before the flight passengers get a discount as well as more options to order from.
Frequent Flyer Program
Pegasus BolBol is the name of Pegasus Airlines frequent flyer program, it is to reward loyal passengers. So essentially every time passengers fly, they have the opportunity to collect points and use them for benefits and rewards. These benefits and rewards will surely make the travel experience seamless.
- Pegasus Airlines Baggage Policy
- Pegasus Airlines Check-in information
- Pegasus Airlines Cancellation and Refund Policy
Pegasus Airlines Popular Flight Routes
Pegasus Airlines Route Map