Pegasus Airlines Adopts SkyBreathe® 360° Eco-Flying Platform

A Pegasus Airlines Airbus A321neo climbs out.
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Pegasus Airlines, Türkiye’s premier low-cost airline, has adopted the SkyBreathe® 360° eco-flying data management platform.

The uptake of the new flight data system should revolutionize the airline’s fuel efficiency practices and significantly reduce both fuel costs and carbon dioxide emissions across its flights.

Data-Driven Fuel Efficiency

The cornerstone of this transformative partnership lies in the ability to monitor and analyze flight data comprehensively.

With the SkyBreathe® 360° platform, Pegasus Airlines gains valuable insights into fuel-efficient procedures, enabling the identification of areas for improvement.

This data-driven approach is instrumental in achieving substantial reductions in fuel consumption, thereby leading to considerable financial savings and a commendable decrease in the airline’s carbon footprint.

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Developed by OpenAirlines, the SkyBreathe® 360° eco-flying platform employs sophisticated Big Data algorithms, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. These technologies work in tandem to scrutinize vast amounts of data from each flight, offering actionable insights.

This innovative solution facilitates the implementation of fuel efficiency strategies, ensuring continuous collaboration and shared responsibility within the airline.

It goes beyond mere cost savings, fostering a green culture that aligns with Pegasus Airlines’ overall sustainability and green operations objectives.

Empowering Pilots with MyFuelCoach

To further bolster this initiative, Pegasus Airlines has opted to deploy SkyBreathe® MyFuelCoach, a mobile application designed to empower pilots with reliable data.

This user-friendly interface enables pilots to make informed decisions, track their performance, and self-discover areas for optimizing operations and efficiency.

This hands-on approach not only enhances the pilot’s role in fuel efficiency but also contributes to a culture of continuous improvement.

A Pegasus Airlines A321neo aircraft, delivered from Jackson Square Aviation.
Photo Credit: Jackson Square Aviation

Ensuring Fleet Health for Optimal Operations

Recognizing the pivotal role of a healthy fleet in operational optimization, Pegasus Airlines, with a fleet now numbering 105 aircraft, has chosen to integrate SkyBreathe® APM (Aircraft Performance Monitoring).

This decision empowers maintenance teams to monitor aircraft performance continually. With an up-to-date view of the entire fleet’s health, they can receive timely notifications about unusual deterioration, identify root causes, and take corrective action promptly.

Güliz Öztürk, CEO at Pegasus Airlines, expressed his support for the partnership, emphasizing its alignment with the airline’s commitment to advanced technology for fuel efficiency and operational excellence.

This move supports their ambitious 2050 Net Zero emissions target and various sustainability initiatives.

Alexandre Feray, CEO at OpenAirlines, echoed this sentiment, highlighting Pegasus Airlines’ dedication to the shared mission of maximizing fuel savings and reducing environmental impact.

With a successful track record of saving 1 million tons of CO2 in 2022, SkyBreathe® is positioned as a catalyst for positive change within the aviation industry.


This collaboration signifies a monumental milestone in Pegasus Airlines’ ongoing efforts to enhance its fuel management program.

By joining the SkyBreathe® Community, alongside more than 60 like-minded airlines, Pegasus Airlines showcases its commitment to being a trailblazer in the global transition to more sustainable aviation practices.

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Pegasus Airlines, Türkiye’s premier low-cost airline, has adopted the SkyBreathe® 360° eco-flight data management platform.
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