Turkish low-cost carrier (LCC) Pegasus Airlines has ordered five Boeing 737-800s, valued at approximately $505 million based on expected list prices at delivery. Pegasus and its subsidiaries, Air Manas and Izair, already operate a fleet of 58 737-800s in a 69-strong fleet. “The performance of the 737-800 has proven reliability, fantastic operating economics and popularity with our customers,” Pegasus CEO Mehmet Nane said. The order comes shortly before Pegasus is due to start ...

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