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Pegasus receives Airbus operational excellence award

Posted 13 June 2017 · Add Comment

Pegasus Airlines has received an Airbus Operational Excellence Award at the Operational Excellence Awards which was held at the Airbus A320 Family Symposium last month in Berlin.

Pegasus received the Best Operational Excellence Award for Europe, Middle East and Africa – A320 based on its successful performance across criteria of operational safety, fleet utilisation rate and average delay times.  

The Airbus Operational Excellence Awards ceremony is held every three years to reward successful A320 Family operators. 

Engineering and Planning Group Director Tahsin Istanbullu said: “We are proud and delighted to receive this important award from Airbus. As Pegasus our ongoing aim is to continue to improve on all operational fronts with a view to ensure the best experience for our guests.  The Award is recognition of the achievements of everyone at the Pegasus family in creating an outstanding airline at the forefront of global aviation.”

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