Pegasus Airlines, the Turkish low-cost airline, has received its first A320neo of the total seven ordered for delivery this year.
The airline has ordered 100 aircraft from the manufacturer and the delivery of this A320neo marks the 16th added Airbus plane to the airline’s fleet, with an overall fleet of 75 planes. The average age of Pegasus Airline’s fleet is 5.7 years and it currently consists of 46 737-800s, one 737-400, 12 A320ceos, and 16 A320neo planes.
The first of its seven new A320neos was delivered to Pegasus Airlines in Istanbul after completing its first flight from Germany.
Mehmet T. Nane, Pegasus Airlines’ Chief Executive Officer, shared the carrier’s aims, one of them being improving customer experience. All operations and services created by the airline are carefully adapted to customer demand and aim to provide a comfortable passenger journey. The addition of the 75th aircraft for the airline is another step towards achieving these goals.
There are more plans for fleet expansion in the near future.
Source: Airline Economics