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Pegasus Airlines launches flights to Montenegro

Pegasus Airlines launches flights to Montenegro, one of the most popular European holiday destinations.

LONDON – Pegasus Airlines is launching flights from Istanbul to Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, one of the most popular European holiday destinations. Four times weekly flights from Istanbul to Podgorica have started as of 19 July 2023. Flights from Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport to Podgorica Airport depart at 11:10 on Mondays, 11:30 on Wednesdays, 11:45 on Fridays and 11:50 on Sundays. Flights from Podgorica Airport to Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport depart at 12:50 on Mondays, 13:10 on Wednesdays, 13:25 on Fridays and 13:30 on Sundays.

Entering the aviation sector in 1990, Pegasus was acquired by ESAS Holding in 2005 and adopted the low-cost business model. As Türkiye’s leading low-cost airline, Pegasus believes that everyone has the right to travel by air and offers its guests the opportunity to travel with affordable and young aircraft through its low cost model. As of 2018, Pegasus has adopted the motto Türkiye’s Digital Airline” and carries its guests to 128 destinations in 49 countries; 36 of which are in Turkey and 93 of which are abroad. Pegasus operates connecting flights between Turkey and Europe, North Africa, Middle East, Russia and Central Asia via Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen. Pegasus offers digital technologies and unique innovations that facilitates the experience of traveling with an approach that focuses on guest experience. Pegasus also carries out extensive efforts for a cleaner, more equal, and pluralistic and better future with the slogan: “Moving Towards a Sustainable Future”.

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