Pegasus Airlines’ international services resumed on June 13 with flights to Germany, following a temporary suspension of flights due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The gradual resumption of services between Turkey and several European destinations will begin as of today (June 15).
As part of the Turkish low-cost carrier’s partial resumption of flights between Turkey and England in the first phase in June, Pegasus will be operating a daily flight between London Stansted and Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen between June 16-29, and a one-time direct flight between London Stansted and Izmir on June 15.
Adding to this, the airline will also be restoring some flights between Turkey and Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Switzerland and The Netherlands.
Schedules will be gradually increased further in the next phase, subject to the permissions granted by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation in Turkey.
Those arriving in Turkey will undergo health checks and PCR tests will be performed free of charge in cases where symptoms are identified.
The Turkish Ministry of Health also requires passengers who enter Turkey to abide by a 14-day quarantine in their homes or designated address upon arrival.