Pegasus Airlines adds Brussels Charleroi and Kuwait City to Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen
Pegasus Airlines’ first flight to Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen was celebrated at Brussels Charleroi Airport on 30 March. The new route that was moved from Brussels’ main airport will be operated daily, utilising the carrier’s 737-800s.
- Pegasus Airlines, which in the previous week linked Frankfurt and Madrid to its hub, continued to expand its Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen (SAW) offering with two new services, both of which are operated utilising its 189-seat 737-800s. With the longest sector being the 2,194-kilometre service to Brussels Charleroi (CRL), moved from Brussels' main airport on 30 March as well as operated daily, and the shortest being inaugurated to Kuwait City (KWI) on 26 March with four weekly flights at 2,131-kilometre, the LCC will face competition only on the new link to the capital of Kuwait from Turkish Airlines' daily operations and Jazeera Airways' thrice-weekly flights. In addition, the new airport pair to Kuwait will see a frequency increase to daily from 9 May.
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