Pegasus receives ch-aviation World’s 4th Youngest Aircraft Fleet Award 2024 and Europe’s 4th Youngest Aircraft Fleet Award 2024
London – (29 January 2024) Pegasus Airlines has been awarded World’s 4th Youngest Aircraft Fleet Award 2024 in the ‘100+ aircraft in their fleet’ category and Europe’s 4th Youngest Aircraft Fleet Award 2024 by ch-aviation. The awards recognise Pegasus’ efforts in maintaining a modern fleet, contributing to fuel efficiency and sustainability.
Güliz Öztürk, CEO of Pegasus Airlines, commented: “Our continued investment in younger aircraft is a core part of our fleet strategy bringing increased fuel efficiency and supporting our sustainability objectives. Travelling on our new-generation aircraft with an average age of 4.6 years offers our guests a more comfortable experience with added sustainability benefits. We are very proud to be recognised for our collective efforts in supporting the sustainability goals of aviation.”
Thomas Jaeger, CEO of ch-aviation, said: “ch-aviation established the Youngest Aircraft Fleet Award to revere airlines worldwide who understand the value and necessity of investing in their fleets, introducing new-generation aircraft that considerably reduce CO2 emissions in the aviation industry and improve fuel economy. Sustainability represents a significant challenge and will continue to require giant leaps forward for the aviation industry. Hence, the ch-aviation has decided to honour them with this award that celebrates their effort.”
Pegasus continues to expand its fleet, particularly with Airbus A321neos, equipped with new-generation engines. Having surpassed the 100 aircraft mark in October 2023, Pegasus' fleet consists of 110 aircraft, including 16 Boeing B737-800s, 7 Airbus A320ceos, 46 Airbus A320neos, and 41 Airbus A321neos as of 31 December 2023.
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