Turkish low-cost carrier Pegasus Airlines has expanded its fleet after taking delivery of the first of seven new A320neo aircraft to be delivered in 2018.
The plane landed at Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen airport after a flight from Hamburg. It is the 16th to be delivered as part of the airline’s 100-aircraft order with Airbus, bringing its current fleet size to 75.
Pegasus says the aircraft will be named Eylul Masal, which means September Fairytale.
Mehmet T Nane, CEO of Pegasus Airlines, said: “One of our key priorities is to improve the guest experience. To this end, we devise solutions encompassing every part of the business, from ground handling to operations, marketing to the technical aspects, that will make our guests’ lives easier and improve their travelling experience.”