Pegasus Airlines statement regarding the wet-leasing of its fleet
Further to the recent erroneous news stories based on Pegasus Airlines advertisements which have inaccurately reported on the wet-lease of its aircraft, Pegasus Airlines would like to provide clarification that the airline currently is offering only 3 of its current fleet of 77 aircraft, of B737-800 and A320 types, for its long-term wet-leasing plans
The advertisement in question referred to the Pegasus Airlines fleet of 74 aircraft - the fleet size at the time of the advertisement – purely in order to provide general information about the total Pegasus Airlines fleet size, not in relation to how many aircraft were available for wet-lease.
Pegasus is continuing to provide its scheduled service as normal across its domestic and international networks with the remaining 74 aircraft servicing 33 destinations in Turkey and 69 in the rest of the world in its network of 102 destinations in 40 countries.
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