On 13 November Pegasus Airlines became the second carrier after Turkish Airlines to serve the new airport at Ordu-Giresun in northern Turkey, with double-daily flights to Istanbul’s second airport.
- Pegasus Airlines has added its 31st domestic route ‒ four more than Turkish Airlines which operates 27 domestic routes from its secondary hub ‒ from its Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen (SAW) hub on 13 November. Double-daily flights will be flown with a variety of equipment to Ordu-Giresun (OGU), against Turkish Airlines’ four times daily operation on the domestic city pair. The regional airport is built on an artificial island – apparently only the third artificial island airport in the world – and serves the cities of Ordu (12 kilometres away) and Giresun (25 kilometres away) on Turkey’s Black Sea coast. See how Ordu-Giresun Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.