Pegasus Airlines, a renowned low-cost carrier, has increased its flight schedule and number of direct flights from London Stansted and Manchester to Turkey and beyond following the declaration that Turkey moved onto England’s amber list on September 22nd, 2021.
Fliers may enjoy golden weather, sandy beaches, and fewer tourists as summer gives way to autumn.
Pegasus has reintroduced direct flights from London Stansted to Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport, departing at 14:40 and 00:05 and returning at 11:35 and 21:00, respectively, from Stansted Airport in London.
One-way tickets are currently available for as little as £49.99.
Manchester Airport now offers five direct flights each week to Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport, departing at 12:50 and returning at 09:45, respectively (local times apply).
Fares from Manchester start at £74.99 for a one-way trip.
In addition to connecting to Pegasus’ 83 other foreign destinations, both routes offer great onward connections across Turkey’s 36 destination Pegasus network, including major seaside resorts like Bodrum, Dalaman, and Antalya, which ooze culture and tranquilly.
In order to better serve passengers, Pegasus Airlines has added five direct flights per week beginning on October 21 between London Stansted and Izmir, Turkey’s Aegean coast, departing at 12:55 and returning at 10:05 from Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport in Izmir (local times apply).
Flights from London to Izmir start at £59.99 right now.
From London Stansted to Antalya, Pegasus will offer nonstop service beginning on October 20, 2018.
To go along with its substantial network in Turkey, Pegasus Airlines offers low-cost direct flights and seamless connectivity on one of Europe’s newest fleets to 119 locations in 44 countries. These destinations include Dubai, Tel Aviv, and Sharm el-Sheikh.
Flights booked with Pegasus up to 31 December 2021 can be changed without incurring any change costs.