16 MAY 2011
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Turkish budget airline Pegasus has introduced a three times a week connecting flight from Stansted to Tehran's Imam Khomeini International Airport via Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen. Iran's capital Tehran is the 27th international destination to a network of flights across Europe, Russia and the Middle East. The Stansted – Istanbul sector is a daily operation and, just as with the onward routing to Tehran, is flown by a single class Boeing 737-800. Services operate outbound Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
Competition is provided from Heathrow with non-stop flights by both bmi and Iran Air.
Pegasus Airlines was founded in 1989 and today has a fleet of 35 Boeing 737 aircraft, the vast majority 800 series. It is the largest private airline in Turkey. www.pegasusairlines.com
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