Pegasus Airlines Expands Flight Network In Georgia And Ukraine

LONDON, England - Pegasus Airlines extends its flight network to 57 destinations worldwide, with its second destination in Georgia.

The Black Sea coastal town of Batumi; and Lviv, Pegasus’ third Ukrainian destination after Kharkiv and Donetsk, launching in October.

Batumi, Pegasus’ second destination in Georgia after Tblisi, will launch on 8 October, departing twice a week via Istanbul with tickets available to purchase now from just £102.65 ($162.14) one-way including taxes and charges.

Due to a special agreement between both countries, guests can also fly to Batumi or to Hopa in Turkey via Batumi.

Batumi and Hopa passengers will all arrive into Batumi Airport.

Hopa passengers will be picked up by Havas buses from the Batumi Airport Apron to clear customs and will be transferred to Hopa on 1 and a half hour private bus journey.

For the return, passengers will check in at Hopa before returning to Batumi airport again by bus.

Guests travelling from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen are requested to check in at the international terminal for flights to both Batumi and Hopa.

Guests who have purchased tickets to Hopa will not be allowed to exit the airport at Batumi.

Lviv is Pegasus’ third destination in Ukraine

Three-times weekly flights to Pegasus’ third destination in Ukraine, Lviv, are also launching on 17 October.

Flights via Istanbul start from just £113.65 ($179.51) one-way including taxes and charges.

The historic city of Lviv is listed amongst the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Lviv is characterised as having exceptional architecture and a richness of art and culture; indeed, the city of Lviv is a UNESCO World Heritage Site waiting to be discovered.

Having served as a busy crossroads throughout years of changing culture and religion; this fascinating history is visible across the city; as well as a more modern face with its chic cafes and shopping centres.

Source: eTN Global News