Pegasus expands its network with four new international routes

posted on 13th May 2019 by Justin Burns

Pegasus Airlines has expanded its international presence with the launch of four new routes to Riyadh, Eindhoven, Casablanca and Amman.

The Turkish low-cost carrier (LCC) will fly to Riyadh, its third route in Saudi Arabia, from 28 May with daily flights between London Stansted or Manchester Airport (five days a week).

Pegasus will operate thrice-weekly direct flights between Istanbul and Eindhoven from 29 June. Flights will be operated from Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport. It already operates a service to and from Rotterdam.

The airline’s first Moroccan route to Casablanca will start on 8 July departing Sabiha Gökçen four times a week to Casablanca Mohamed V International Airport.

Thrice-weekly flights will be launching on 28 May 2019 from Trabzon, on Turkey’s Black Sea coast to Jordan’s Amman International Airport.

With the new routes to Riyadh, Eindhoven, Casablanca and direct flights from Trabzon to Amman, Pegasus now flies to a total of 110 destinations in 42 countries.