KLM and Pegasus Enter Into Codeshare Agreement

By Paul Riegler on 22 May 2013
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A KLM aircraft in Zürich

A KLM aircraft in Zürich

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Pegasus Airlines announced that the two airlines have entered into a codeshare agreement.

The agreement allows KLM to market service from Istanbul or Izmir to Amsterdam under KLM flight numbers.  Passengers on these flights can transfer at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol to flights to any one of KLM’s 150 destinations.

The two airlines also announced an interline agreement which allows passengers  to travel on a single KLM ticket between any location served by Pegasus in Turkey and any destination served by KLM worldwide.

Pegasus is Turkey’s leading low-cost airline.  It serves 71 destinations in 29 countries; 29 of which are in Turkey.

KLM, the flag carrier of the Netherlands, was founded in 1919 and is the oldest airline in the world that is still operating under its original name.

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