Pegasus ‘cheapest’ airline in Europe
ISTANBULTurkey’s low-cost carrier Pegasus Airlines has been named the cheapest carrier in Europe, in a comparison of 20 low-cost airlines by flight comparison website WhichAirline.
Pegasus was shown to have an average ticket price of just 63.19 euros, including taxes and transaction charges. A 20kg baggage allowance on international flights, for which other airlines often charge extra, is also offered as standard.
Pegasus took the number one spot in the WhichAirline list with an average ticket price of 63.19 euros. Well-known brands such as Ryanair and easyJet charge an average of 83.45 euros and 89.97 euros respectively.