Price per 1 adult person for round trip
Pegasus is a private Turkish carrier. It was created in 1990 as the charter airline of Irish Aer Lingus airlines and two other companies. Four years later, two associates sold their shares to the local bank, transforming Pegasus into a purely Turkish company. After few positive years, in 2005, the carrier changed itself into a low-cost airline. After only two years, Pegasus carried more Turkish passengers than any other airline. In 2013 the number of carried passengers grew to 16.9 million. The main headquarters of the airline is Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen and Istanbul Atatürk airports. Pegasus offer 97 flight directions.
In Pegasus airlines, you can take hand luggage onboard. Its dimensions and weight are set by the airline and may change depending on the reservation class or the route. Checked baggage in Pegasus should also have given dimensions and weight, again it depends on the reservation class and the route.
Online check-in can be made from 72 hours to 40 minutes prior to the take-off time. During the check-in, you can choose your seat, meal (but no later than 24 hours before the flight) and buy additional baggage (but no later than 4 hours before the trip).
Pegasus is proud to have the youngest fleet in Turkey. It has 47 planes, including 43 Boeings 737-800 for 189 passengers and 4 Airbuses A320-214 for 174 passengers.
The airport is one of the international airports in Istanbul. It was named in honour of Sabiha Gökçen, the first Turkish female pilot.
The airport is located 35 kilometres south-east of the city centre. It was built to balance the growing number of passengers nearby the Atatürk airport. It has two terminals – for domestic and international flights. Annually it is visited by about 25 million passengers.
In 2010 in London, Sabiha Gökçen airport won world congress of low-cost airlines as the Best Airport in the World.
Extra-paid meals can be ordered up to 24 hours before the flight. You can choose kids menu, fruit with chocolate fondue, hot or cold breakfast, chicken schnitzel, mushroom ravioli, baked chicken, salmon salad, cake, sushi, mozzarella cheese with tomato salad, grilled meatballs, grilled steak, and sea fruit.
The airlines have their own loyalty programme called Pegasus Plus. The card owners collect points for miles and change them for discounts for following flights.