Pegasus offers flexible and low-cost fares from London Stansted and Manchester to lots of sunshine destinations including Antalya, Bodrum, Dalaman, Izmir, Istanbul and more in Türkiye and beyond
Low cost and Flexible Expanded schedule and direct routes Health & Safety First
LONDON (24 September 2021) --- As summer turns to autumn, fly away for some golden sunshine, sandy beaches and crowd-free sightseeing. Following the announcement that Türkiye moved onto England’s amber list on 22 September 2021, leading low-cost carrier, Pegasus Airlines, has expanded its schedule and its number of direct flights from London Stansted and Manchester to Türkiye and beyond with low-cost and flexible fares, and its health and safety-first approach.
Pegasus has reinstated direct flights to Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport from London Stansted, with twice-daily flights departing at 14:40 and 00:05 from London Stansted Airport, and returning from Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport at 11:35 and 21:00. Flights are now on sale from £49.99 one-way. Five-times weekly direct flights are now also operating from Manchester Airport to Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport, departing at 12:50, with returning flights departing from Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport at 09:45 (local times apply). One-way fares from Manchester are on sale now from £74.99. Both routes offer excellent onward connections across Pegasus’ network of 36 destinations in Türkiye, including to the popular coastal resorts oozing culture and relaxation, such as Bodrum, Dalaman and Antalya - as well its 83 other international destinations.
More direct flights
Pegasus Airlines’ expanded schedule includes five-times weekly direct flights from 21 October between London Stansted and Izmir, on Türkiye’s Aegean coast, with flights departing at 12:55 from London Stansted, and returning flights departing Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport at 10:05 (local times apply). Direct flights to Izmir are on sale now from £59.99. Pegasus will also be launching direct flights between London Stansted and Antalya for the winter season on 20 October.
Pegasus Airlines CCO, Güliz Özturk said: “In light of the new announcement putting Türkiye back into the amber list, we’re seeing strong growth in our bookings to Türkiye from England, and in response to this growing demand and desire for autumn travel, we’re delighted also to be expanding our flight programme from London Stansted and Manchester to Türkiye, with excellent connections across our network of 119 destinations in 44 countries - meaning travellers will have a lot more choice with our flexible booking options this autumn and winter. We’re planning to further increase the number of our flights from England later in the autumn if demand continues to rise, and we’re very much looking forward to welcoming our guests back on board as travel begins to reopen again.”
Flexible booking on Pegasus’ network of 119 destinations in 44 countries
As well as an extensive network in Türkiye, Pegasus Airlines also flies to 119 destinations in 44 countries, including destinations such as Dubai, Tel Aviv and Sharm el-Sheikh, offering both low-cost direct flights and seamless connectivity on one of Europe’s youngest fleets. Pegasus also offers flexible booking options, with guests able to amend flights booked up to 31 December 2021 without paying any change fees.
Health & Safety First
Pegasus’ highest priority is health and safety, with comprehensive Covid-19 safety measures in place including masks required on board. Pegasus was also one of the first low-cost airlines in the world to trial the IATA health-related certification Travel Pass app and the airline offers contactless boarding and bag-drop with Express Kiosks in Türkiye. Click for more on Pegasus’ Covid-19 safety measures.
Pegasus also offers lots of great value extras, including the Pegasus Café, with a delicious range of hot and cold drinks, meals and snacks on-board, and Fly & Watch, Pegasus’ on-board entertainment system which means guests can enjoy a wide choice of films, TV programmes, games and lots more from their mobile device.
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About Pegasus Airlines
Pegasus Airlines was founded in 1990 as a charter airline, after which it was acquired by ESAS holding in 2005, and re-launched as a scheduled low-cost airline. Pegasus offers its guests low-fares and punctual flights operated with the newest aircraft as Türkiye’s first and leading low-cost airline, and one of the region’s aviation frontrunners. Pegasus has a growing network of 119 destinations, including 36 in Türkiye and 83 international destinations in 44 countries across Europe, Russia and the Caucasus, the Middle East, North Africa and Asia.
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