Pegasus Airlines’ network continues to grow with the launch of new flights to Baku, Tel Aviv and Omsk.
The airline now flies to 54 destinations in 24 countries, having expanded into the Balkans, Europe, Asia and the Middle East in recent years.
On May 10, Baku was added to the carrier's network, with the launch of code-share flights operated by Azerbaijani airline Azal via Istanbul, with fares leading in at £168.99 one-way.
Flights to Tel Aviv via Istanbul commenced on June 19 and are now operating six days a week from Stansted, with fares from £112 and flights to Omsk in Siberia commenced on June 21 and lead in at £152.65.

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