Turkish operator Pegasus Airlines is launching its ticket sales for summer 2016 departing from Brussels South Charleroi Airport. Anybody who wants to book a trip to Turkey, or even somewhere further afield, can make the most of early-bird prices starting from €49.99. If you book early, you can enjoy the best prices for any trip between 27 March and 29 October 2016.
Since its arrival at Brussels South Charleroi Airport in March 2014, the airline has been flying from BSCA to Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen once a day. As well as Istanbul, Pegasus Airlines also provides connecting flights via its hub to 37 destinations. From Istanbul, the airline offers 19 domestic flights and 18 international destinations, including Dubai, Doha, Tel Aviv and many more. This means that Pegasus Airlines can offer 38 destinations from Charleroi. All the destinations available with Pegasus Airlines from BSCA are shown in the table below:
|Direct flight from Brussels South Charleroi Airport|
|Istanbul Sabiha Gökcen|
|19 domestic routes, via Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen (Turkey)|
|18 international destinations, via Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen|
|Dubai||United Arab Emirates|
Tickets for the winter 2015-2016 season from Charleroi are also available and sales are going well. The top 5 most popular cities for this particular airline are Istanbul, Izmir, Ankara, Mineralnye Vody and Tehran.
Pegasus Airlines flies to Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen once a day from Charleroi. The winter and summer flight times are shown below.
|Flights up until 08/11/2015|
|Charleroi – Istanbul||Departs 14.30 – Arrives 19.05|
|Istanbul – Charleroi||Departs 10.50 – Arrives 13.50|
|Flights between 08/11/2015 and 26/03/2015|
|Charleroi – Istanbul||Departs 14.30 – Arrives 20.05|
|Istanbul – Charleroi||Departs 11.50 – Arrives 13.50|
Jean-Jacques Cloquet, Brussels South Charleroi Airport’s CEO, sees great potential for BSCA in Pegasus Airlines: “Since Pegasus Airlines arrived at Charleroi in 2014, we’ve seen a sort of revolution. The services available before then were point-to-point. With Pegasus, we arrived at a turning point in the airport’s history. It is now possible to take off from Charleroi and travel via a hub to destinations that are much further away. The computer systems used, as well as the way we worked, have had to be adapted to fulfil the airline’s requirements and offer passengers a new product. Compared with 2014, the airline carried 50% more passengers between January and September 2015. We have an excellent relationship with Pegasus Airlines, an airline with whom we can imagine developing our respective businesses even further.”
If anybody would like more information or to book their tickets to Turkey or beyond, they can visit the airline’s website – http://www.flypgs.com – or the Brussels South Charleroi Airport website – http://www.charleroi-airport.com.