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Turkish Airline Pegasus is Launching flights from Karachi


Pegasus a low-cost Turkish airline is going to launch flights from Karachi to Istanbul very soon.

 The flights will be launched on the 25th of September. Flights from Quaid-e-Azam International Airport to Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport will take off at 04:55 am every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday while the flight from Istanbul airport to Karachi are going to operate at 08:35 pm every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.

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The Turkish airline Pegasus is going to connect the travelers to their destinations in Zurich, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Manchester, Paris, Moscow, Amsterdam, Cologne, Kyiv, Hamburg, Copenhagen, Barcelone, Zaporizhia, Prague, Brussels, Stockholm, Vienna, Rome, Berlin, Geneva, Kharkiv, Bucharest, Stuttgart, London and Marseille from Karachi through Istanbul.

Pegasus was found in 1990 and is known as turkey’s low-cost airline. As per the press statement, the airline has combined within Gerry’s group in Pakistan.

Virgin Atlantic a British Airline also declared that they are going to begin direct flights to Pakistan from the United Kingdom.

The flights are going to operate from London’s Heathrow Airport to Islamabad and Lahore from this year December. The airline is going to operate direct flights to Allama Iqbal International Airport from Manchester Airport.

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