Pegasus, a Turkish low-cost airline, will launch regular connections from Poland. As TVN24 Biznes informed the press office of Chopin Airport, the carrier will offer flights between Warsaw and Ankara from June.
The press office of Chopin Airport in Warsaw informed that the Pegasus airline “reported a demand for slots”. “Cruises will be carried out from the beginning of June to almost the end of October” – we read in the reply sent to us.
The capital port announced that cruises between Warsaw and Ankara will take place three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. The connections will be served by Airbus 320 and Boeing 737 aircraft.
Pegasus lines in Poland
The Turkish Pegasus airlines have already operated in Warsaw, but as charter airlines. According to the data of the Civil Aviation Office, in 2022 this carrier served 132,773 passengers in charter traffic. The Turkish line had 2.65 percent. market share.
Among the air carriers, the most charter passengers were carried by: Enter Air (1.3 million), Buzz (1.1 million) and Smartwings (815,000).
Last year, the largest number of passengers used Warsaw Chopin Airport. In 2022, the capital port served 14.4 million passengers, i.e. 6.9 million more than in 2021, and 4.5 million less than in 2019. The Kraków-Balice Airport and the port in Gdańsk were also on the podium.
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