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Pegasus wins 'The Best Low-Cost Airline' award

Posted 22 February 2017 · Add Comment

Pegasus Airlines has won 'The Best Low-Cost Airline' award at the World Tourism Awards ceremony held for the third year as part of the World Tourism Forum.

Made up of directors of leading NGOs in the tourism sector and international journalists, the judging panel presented awards in 20 different categories.

The airline also won the award for its “affordability and high quality service”.

During the ceremony held in Istanbul's Çırağan Palace, Pegasus' marketing director Onur Dedeköylü said: “At Pegasus, we have a customer-focused approach to running our operations. As a travel brand, we are with our guests at every step of their journey and take great care in providing the highest quality service. We value this award greatly as it confirms we're succeeding in achieving our goals”.

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