Pegasus Airlines adds Amman to its route

Pegasus Airlines adds Amman to its route

Pegasus Airlines is a low cost, budget friendly airline centered in Turkey. They were founded in 1990, and won the distinction as the cheapest airline in Europe in 2013 and 2014. Despite the low cost, Pegasus provides good value, as evidenced by the fact that they run their own maintenance center and train their own crew (steps that many budget airlines do not take). The airline continues to expand in its reach, adding Amman, Jordan to its offered routes. This will start in the summer, with flights to Amman three times a week.

 

You can visit Pegasus Airlines online at flypgs.com to learn more about their services, and book your travel (the website is available in English, Turkish, German, French, Russian, Italian, Spanish and many other languages). There, you can see the specific rules Pegasus Airlines has regarding check-in and other features, so you can be prepared for your flight.

 

Their website also allows you to do the usual steps of booking a hotel or rental car, but some other features to help you plan your trip are: ordering your in-flight meal ahead of time, changing your ticket without hassle, parking logistics, boarding large equipment, and transportation to and from the airport. They can also help you decide on activities and tourist attractions when you get to your destination, a truly helpful service. With all these features, an excellent value for customers and new destinations being added (like Amman), Pegasus looks to be primed for further growth, providing excellent value and service to its customers.

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