Turkish LCC Pegasus Runs A Different Course

Pegasus Airlines’ new Airbus A320neo-family narrowbodies are replacing older Boeing 737-800s.
Credit: Pegasus Airlines
Turkish LCC Pegasus Airlines is proof that a healthy cash balance and strong domestic market are much more than nice-to-haves. If the COVID-19 pandemic proved one thing for aviation, it was that airlines must put aside money during the good times to tide them over when the inevitable economic storms...
Alan Dron

Based in London, Alan is Europe & Middle East correspondent at Air Transport World.

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