Pegasus expands Germany-Izmir traffic

Airbus A320neo (photo sloppyperfectionist).
Airbus A320neo (photo sloppyperfectionist).

Pegasus expands Germany-Izmir traffic

Airbus A320neo (photo sloppyperfectionist).
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The Turkish airline Pegasus is adding additional routes between Germany and Izmir in the 2023 summer timetable. These are non-stop flights that are offered from Frankfurt am Main and Berlin-Brandenburg.

The German federal capital is to be connected to Izmir three times a week from April 1, 2023. The flights are to be operated on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays with Airbus A320 aircraft. Pegasus last had this route in its regular program in 2011. There were temporary circulations between 2012 and 2014 and 2017 and 2019.

Pegasus wants to offer three weekly Izmir rotations from Frankfurt am Main. These are to be carried out with Airbus A1 from April 2023, 320. The service should take place on the traffic days Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.

In addition, Pegasus will be running three weekly Izmir rotations from Cologne/Bonn in the 2022 summer flight schedule. From Düsseldorf one wants to offer up to five circulations per week. Three pairs of courses per week are planned from Stuttgart-Echterdingen. The three German airports mentioned are to be served from Izmir with Airbus A320 aircraft.

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