Pegasus Airways re-connects Budapest Airport with Istanbul, Turkey
The route resumes the direct connection between the Hungarian capital and the Turkish city, which leads Europe and Asia across the Bosporus
- Turkish Pegasus Airlines flies back to Budapest Airport
- The Turkish low-cost airline will operate the 1,080 km long connection with its 180-seat A320 fleet
- Initially, flights from Budapest to Istanbul will be operated twice a week
Flights from Budapest to Istanbul Sabiha Gӧkçen Airport have returned with Pegasus Airlines. The route resumes the direct connection between the Hungarian capital and the major Turkish city, which leads Europe and Asia across the Bosporus.
The Turkish low-cost airline will initially operate the 1,080 km long connection with its 180-seat A320 fleet twice a week, as travelers and the business world welcome the relaunch.
“The safe restoration of business is a top priority at our airport and it is extremely positive to welcome Pegasus Airlines back to Budapest,” said the Budapest Airport spokesman.
“The restoration of the popular Istanbul route offers business and leisure opportunities as well as a welcome return for visitors to our beautiful city. Reopening connectivity, promoting commerce and tourism, and providing greater connectivity, convenience and choice for our customers is our primary goal. “
Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport, formerly known as Budapest Ferihegy International Airport and still commonly known as Ferihegy, is the international airport that serves the Hungarian capital, Budapest, and is by far the largest of the country’s four commercial airports.
Pegasus Airlines is a Turkish low-cost airline headquartered in Kurtköy in Pendik, Istanbul, with bases at several Turkish airports.