Pegasus Airlines launches new route to Batumi in Georgia from Istanbul

A dance performance and fire-truck salute awaited Pegasus Airlines’ first flight to Batumi on Georgia’s Black Sea coast. Posing in front of the Turkish low-cost airline’s aircraft were Mert Kandiyeli, Batumi Airport Manager; Sertaç Haybat, Pegasus Airlines’ GM; Levan Varshalomizde, Chairman of the Government of Adjara; Ali Sabancı, Chairman of Pegasus Airlines; and Tariel Lebanidze, Georgian Ambassador to Turkey.

  • The Turkish low-cost airline Pegasus Airlines launched its second route to Georgia, the country analysed this week, on 8 October. From its base at Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen (SAW), the airline now flies four times a week to Batumi (BUS) on Georgia’s Black Sea coast, complementing its daily flights to the country capital Tbilisi. The new route indirectly competes with Turkish Airlines’ daily flights to Batumi from Istanbul Atatürk.


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