Pegasus: New Summer 2023 Services

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Jamie Clarke 5 Min Read
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This week, Turkish carrier Pegasus has updated its Summer 2023 schedule adding a plethora of new services across Europe.

This article will cover the ins and outs of Pegasus’ latest Summer 2023 schedule update, showcasing the new services that they will be offering this season.

Pegasus’ Summer 2023 Update


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As per data from Aeroroutes.com, Pegasus has updated its Summer 2023 scheduling restarting previously served routes as well as introducing some new ones for the first time.

The following will be a breakdown of all of Pegasus’ updates from each of its hub airports across Turkey.

From Ankara, Pegasus has already restarted its Berlin service from April 1, 2023, being operated on a once-weekly basis using their Airbus A320 aircraft, which will from June 17, 2023, be swapped to their Boeing 737-800. This route was previously served up until October 2011.

Not only this, but Pegasus will be starting Ankara to Moscow Domodedovo and Warsaw routes, with Moscow from April 15, 2023, on a three-weekly basis and Warsaw starting from June 4, 2023, on a once-weekly basis, both being served using the carriers’ Airbus A320s.

From Antalya, they will be starting services to Aalborg, Moscow Zhukovsky, Norrkoping, St. Petersburg, and Shymkent. Aalborg will begin from May 16, 2023, on a once-weekly basis, Moscow Zhukovsky will begin from April 16, 2023, as a five-weekly service, then from May 18, 2023, will increase to six-weekly

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Norrkoping will begin from May 17, 2023, on a once-weekly basis, St. Petersburg from May 2, 2023, on a three-weekly basis increasing to daily from May 22, and Shymkent will begin from April 3, 2023, on a once-weekly basis. All new Antalya routes will be served using their Airbus A320s.

Pegasus will also start a new route from Dalaman to Baku commencing on June 4, 2023, operating on a three-weekly basis using a mix of Airbus A320s and Boeing 737-800s.

Elazig will also get a new service to Cologne commencing on June 15, 2023, operating on a once-weekly basis using their Airbus A320s.

From their main hub at Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen, Pegasus will commence new routes to Adiyaman, Mytilene, and Rhodes, with Paris Charles De Gaulle restarting as previously served until October 2019.

Their service to Adiyaman will commence on April 4, 2023, on a three-weekly basis using a mix of Airbus A320s and Boeing 737-800s. Mytilene will commence on June 1, 2023, and operate until October 22, 2023, on a two-weekly basis, also using a mix of Airbus A320s and Boeing 737-800s.

Rhodes will commence on June 1, 2023, on a two-weekly basis, using a mix of Airbus A320s and Boeing 737-800s and Paris Charles De Gaulle restarted on March 26, 2023, on a twice-daily basis using a mix of Airbus A320 and A321neo’s.

From Izmir, Pegasus will begin new services to Frankfurt, and Nuremberg, with Berlin restarting as last served until November 2011 and Munich restarting as last served until June 2011. Frankfurt will begin from April 3, 2023, on a three-weekly basis using Airbus A320s, and Nuremberg will begin from May 27, 2023, on a three-weekly basis, also using Airbus A320s.

Berlin will restart from April 1, 2023, operating on a three-weekly basis using Airbus A320s, and Munich will restart from May 27, 2023, operating on a four-weekly basis, also using Airbus A320s.

Finally, from Trabzon, Pegasus will begin new services to Dammam, Riyadh, and Tel Aviv, with services to Jeddah restarting as previously operated until September 2019.

Dammam will begin from June 2, 2023, on a three-weekly basis, Riyadh will begin from June 6, 2023, on a once-weekly basis, and Tel Aviv will begin from June 2, 2023, on a three-weekly basis, all being served using Airbus A320s.

Jeddah will restart from June 1, 2023, and be operated on a two-weekly basis using a mix of Airbus A320s and Boeing 737-800s.

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