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Pegasus Airlines Earns Two Awards For Youngest Fleet

Pegasus receives ch-aviation World’s 4th Youngest Aircraft Fleet Award 2024 and Europe’s 4th Youngest Aircraft Fleet Award 2024 

In an impressive achievement, Pegasus Airlines has earned the World’s 4th Youngest Aircraft Fleet Award for 2024, recognizing the airline in the category of carriers with over 100 aircraft. Furthermore, it received the accolade of Europe’s 4th Youngest Aircraft Fleet Award for 2024 by ch-aviation, a mark of the airline’s commitment to modernity and eco-friendliness.

These prestigious awards highlight Pegasus Airlines’ dedication to maintaining a fleet of young aircraft, which is crucial in boosting fuel efficiency and promoting sustainability in the aviation industry. Thus, travelers looking for environmentally responsible flying options might find Pegasus Airlines appealing, thanks to its modern and young fleet.

Pegasus: Investing in More Sustainable Aircraft

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. Traveling 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 recognized 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 honored them with this award that celebrates their effort.”

The Pegasus Airlines Fleet

Image: Pegasus Airlines’ Airbus A321neo

Pegasus Airlines is on an impressive growth trajectory, significantly enhancing its fleet size as it invests in modern and efficient aircraft. Notably, the airline has embraced the Airbus A321neo models, renowned for their advanced new-generation engines that offer improved performance and fuel efficiency.

By the end of October 2023, Pegasus had proudly exceeded a fleet size of 100 aircraft. As the year drew to a close, the fleet’s composition reflected both diversity and modernity: it stood at 110 aircraft, which included 16 of the reliable Boeing B737-800s, 7 of the classic Airbus A320ceos, a substantial number of 46 Airbus A320neos, and an impressive lineup of 41 state-of-the-art Airbus A321neos.

Pegasus Airlines has made strategic investments in cutting-edge aviation technology and fleet expansion. The airline offers its passengers enhanced comfort, improved efficiency, and a commitment to sustainability.

About Pegasus Airlines 

Pegasus Airlines was founded in 1990. In 2005, ESAS Holding took over the airline. Since then, the airline has adhered to a budget-friendly business model. Recognizing the fundamental right to affordable travel, Pegasus provides low-cost fares and a young fleet. The airline adopted the slogan “Your Digital Airline” in 2018. The airline pursues digital innovation for improved customer experience and strives for a sustainable future. Pegasus serves 134 destinations across 50 countries. They include 36 domestic locations in Türkiye and 98 international routes through Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen and Antalya. To learn more about Pegasus’ dedication to sustainability, visit the Pegasus Airlines Sustainability Hub.


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