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Pegasus launches two new routes from London Stansted

Posted 28 January 2020 · Add Comment

Turkey's Pegasus airline has added two new direct routes to Ankara and Antalya from London Stansted Airport.


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Turkey’s digital airline Pegasus continues to expand its network with the launch of three new routes for 2020. UK passengers travelling from London Stansted will be able to fly direct to the Turkish capital city of Ankara with flights launching on 29th March 2020, as well as to Antalya, one of Turkey’s most popular seaside destinations in the Mediterranean, as of 8th June 2020.
 
Also launching Helsinki from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen on 9th June 2020, its very first route in Finland, Pegasus extends its network of destinations to 43 countries and increases its presence in Northern Europe with flights to Helsinki in addition to Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm.

Direct flights to Ankara Esenboga international airport will depart from Stansted airport on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 20:40, arriving at 02:25. Returning flights will depart from Ankara at 04:05 on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays and landing in London Stansted at 06:20.

Pegasus’ direct flights between London Stansted and Antalya international airport will depart on Mondays and Thursdays both ways. Flights will take off from London Stansted at 10:00, landing at 16:05 in Antalya. Returning flights from Antalya will depart at 06:35, reaching London Stansted at 09:00.
 
The two new direct low-cost Turkish routes from London Stansted airport come in addition to Pegasus’ current services, up to five times daily, available from London Stansted to Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen and up to five times weekly flights to Izmir Adnan Menderes airport.  Connect onwards from Istanbul with destinations such as Antalya and Bodrum in Turkey and Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Beirut, Tehran, Tbilisi and Tel Aviv ranking as some of the most popular international routes available from London. On 1st July 2019, Pegasus launched its scheduled daily flights between Manchester Airport, its second base in the UK after London Stansted, and Istanbul with an array of onward connections.
 
Fights from Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen airport to Helsinki will depart four times weekly on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays both ways.

 

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