Pegasus Airlines adds another domestic sector from Sabiha Gökçen

pegasus airlines new airport at ordu giresun sabiha gokcen

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.


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