Articles tagged “pegasus airlines”

Turkey’s Pegasus Airlines to Compete With Turkish Air at New Istanbul Airport

Turkey’s Pegasus Airlines to Compete With Turkish Air at New Istanbul Airport

Christopher Jasper, Bloomberg

Pegasus' announcement is the latest threat Turkish Air will have to face, but it seems the former still has a lot of logistics to figure out before it can really talk a big game at Istanbul's new airport.

1 year ago

The 5 Airline Websites Best Designed for Up Selling Flyers

The 5 Airline Websites Best Designed for Up Selling Flyers

Marisa Garcia, Skift

Ideaworks believes that web design which makes it easier for consumers to know about and purchase a la carte ancillary products is essential to encouraging these sales. Call it hate-selling with a human face.

3 years ago

Turkish Low-Cost Carrier Pegasus Is Selling Unbundled Fares Without the Hate Selling

Turkish Low-Cost Carrier Pegasus Is Selling Unbundled Fares Without the Hate Selling

Marisa Garcia, Skift

We write often about the importance of branding in aviation, the critical need to move away from selling air-service as a commodity or a utility, but we’ve never heard anyone put it as eloquently or as practically as Mr. Dedekoylu has, nor seen any airline 'get it' quite like this bold low-cost carrier has.

3 years ago

Turkey’s Pegasus Airlines readies IPO and records a profit

Turkey’s Pegasus Airlines readies IPO and records a profit

Ercan Ersoy, Bloomberg

Low cost carrier Pegasus Airlines plans on using the proceeds from an IPO to wean itself off Boeing with an Airbus order for 75 A321neo planes. It's always nice to get a little financial help when you are jilting a longtime partner.

6 years ago