Low-cost Carrier Pegasus Airlines Orders Extra 36 A321neos

Pegasus Airlines, a Turkish low-cost carrier, has ordered 36 additional A321neos. The order is worth $4.2 billion at list prices. The new aircraft will be delivered between 2024 and 2029. Pegasus Airlines currently operates a fleet of 82 A321neos. The A321neo is the latest version of the A321, Airbus's best-selling single-aisle aircraft. The A321neo is more fuel-efficient than the previous generation A321, and it can seat up to 240 passengers.

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Pegasus Airlines' order is a vote of confidence in the A321neo. The airline is planning to use the new aircraft to expand its network and to launch new long-haul routes. "This order is a significant milestone for Pegasus Airlines," said Mehmet T. Nane, the airline's CEO. "The A321neo is the perfect aircraft for our growth plans, and we are confident that it will help us to continue to provide our passengers with the best possible travel experience."


The order is a boost for Airbus, which is facing increased competition from Boeing in the single-aisle market. The A321neo is the best-selling aircraft in the world, and this order will help Airbus to maintain its lead. The order is also a positive sign for the Turkish aviation industry. Turkey is a growing market for air travel, and this order will help to boost the country's economy.


Pegasus Airlines is one of the fastest-growing airlines in Europe. The airline has expanded its fleet rapidly in recent years, and it now serves over 100 destinations in Europe, Asia, and Africa. The new A321neos will help Pegasus Airlines to continue its growth. The airline is planning to launch new long-haul routes to the United States and Latin America in the coming years. The order is a win-win for both Pegasus Airlines and Airbus. The airline gets the aircraft it needs to expand its network, and Airbus gets a boost in sales. 

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