Pegasus Airlines News Stories

Pegasus Converts 25-Plane A321neo Order

December 21, 2017

Turkish low cost carrier Pegasus Airlines has placed an order for 25 Airbus A321neos in a deal worth USD$3.18 billion at list prices.

US, UK Limit Electronic Devices On Some Flights

March 21, 2017

The US and UK have issued directives to stop passengers from taking personal electronic devices in carry-on bags on flights from some countries in the Middle East and North Africa.

Failed Turkish Coup Piles Pressure On Travel Companies

July 19, 2016

The attempted coup in Turkey has dealt another blow to the country's already weakened tourism industry and will weigh on profits of the nation's airlines and airports as well as tour operators serving the country, industry experts said.

Airbus Says Pegasus Will Take Delivery Of A320neo

July 18, 2016

Turkey's Pegasus Airlines will take delivery of its first A320neo as planned this week, Airbus said, reversing earlier indications that the delivery would be postponed following Friday's thwarted coup attempt in the country.

First A320neo For Turkey's Pegasus Postponed

July 17, 2016

The first delivery of an Airbus A320neo to Pegasus Airlines has been postponed following the thwarted coup attempt in Turkey.

Turkey Says Russia Violates Aviation Rules On Crew Visas

January 6, 2016

Turkish Transport Minister Binali Yildirim said Russia's refusal to issue visas to crew members working for budget airline Pegasus was an "arbitrary" measure and violated international aviation rules.

Pegasus Airlines Cancels Russian Flights

January 5, 2016

Turkish budget carrier Pegasus Airlines has suspended flights to and from Russia until January 13 after authorities there failed to give its crew members visas.