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Pegasus launches flights between Ankara and Amman

Tis Meyer / PlanePics.org

Pegasus Airlines has added Jordan’s capital Amman to its flight network. Three times weekly flights between Ankara and Amman will commence on 20 March.

Flights between Ankara and Amman will operate three times weekly departing at 11.15 from Ankara Esenboga Airport on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, and returning from Amman Airport at 14.05 on the same days.

Pegasus connects Amman via Ankara to Izmir and Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen in Turkey and Cologne, North Cyprus and Vienna internationally. With the launch of its Amman route, Pegasus now flies to 103 destinations in 41 countries.

Jordan is one of Middle East’s most dynamic countries, and its capital Amman is a significant economic hub in the region.
Pegasus Airlines launched its first charter flights in 1990 and has been owned by ESAS Holding and has been performing its scheduled flights since 2005. It is Turkey’s low-cost carrier offering point-to-point and transit flights to Europe, the Caucasus, Russia, the CIS countries, Middle East and North Africa. Founded with the mission that everyone has the right to fly, Pegasus offers its guests affordable, on-time flights and the newest aircraft under the auspices of its low-cost model. Pegasus Airlines flies a scheduled service to 33 destinations in Turkey and 70 in the rest of the world, bringing its total network to 103 destinations in 41 countries.

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