Turkey’s low-cost carrier Pegasus Airlines has added Jordan’s capital Amman to its flight network. Three times weekly flights between Ankara and Amman will commence on 20 March. Guests can book their flights on the Ankara-Amman route with fares from 60 GBP.
Flights between Ankara and Amman, one of the world’s oldest inhabited cities, will operate three times weekly departing at 11.15 from Ankara Esenboga Airport on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, and returning from Amman Airport at 14.05 on the same days.
Pegasus connects Amman to five destinations
Pegasus connects Amman via Ankara to Izmir and Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen in Turkey and Cologne, North Cyprus and Vienna internationally. With the launch of its Amman route, Pegasus now flies to 103 destinations in 41 countries.
Jordan is one of Middle East’s most dynamic countries, and its capital Amman is a significant economic hub in the region. Guests can book their flights on the Ankara-Amman route on www.flypgs.com/en, www.mobile.flypgs.com/en, Pegasus’ mobile applications and other sales channels.