Pegasus Orders Five 737s

Turkish low-cost carrier Pegasus Airlines has placed an order with Boeing for five 737-800 aircraft valued at $505m based on list prices.

Turkish low-cost carrier Pegasus Airlines has placed an order with Boeing for five 737-800 aircraft valued at $505m based on list prices.

The order by the Istanbul-based airline, which hasn’t confirmed when deliveries would commence, will add to the existing fleet of 58 737-800s it operates with its subsidiaries Izair and Pegasus Asia.

“The performance of the 737-800 has proven reliability, fantastic operating economics and popularity with our customers,” said Mehmet Nane, CEO of Pegasus.

“I am pleased that we will be continuing with this long-standing relationship that stretches back 20 years, adding more Boeing aircraft to our fleet.”

 

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