Pegasus plans Tivat flights


Low cost carrier Pegasus Airlines plans on introducing services between Istanbul and Tivat. The company is in talks with the airport over potential two weekly seasonal summer flights. There is currently no service between Istanbul and Tivat, with Turkish Airlines operating to Podgorica. Within the former Yugoslavia, Pegasus Airlines maintains operations from Istanbul's Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Belgrade, Pristina, Sarajevo and Skopje. Tivat Airport handled a record 1.129.720 passengers in 2018, an increase of 15% on the year before.


  1. Anonymous14:31

    There were some talks of Pegasus entering the Croatian market when Erdogan visited the Croatia a year or two ago. Any news about that?

    1. Anonymous17:16

      turks need visa for Croatia

    2. Anonymous17:17

      and Pegasus has nothing to do with the turkish gov.

    3. Anonymous17:47

      Turkish already flies to Zagreb and Dubrovnik!

    4. Anonymous19:50

      The market between Croatia is not that big. TK even reduces ZAG in winter while it doesn't LJU for example which is interesting.

    5. Anonymous08:12

      Turkey & Slovenia have better economic relationship so that's probably a reason they don't reduce flights in winter (+ visa free for Slo citizens ).

      Still, I don't see why Pegasus couldn't fly in summer to Croatian coast? Flew with Pegasus from SAW to BEG 2 years ago & plane was full as I remember.

  2. Replies
    1. Anonymous16:29

      It would make sense, especially since pax from Sandzak and Kosovo do use INI quite a bit.

  3. Anonymous06:02

    The Turks, besides the Russians, are the largest real estate investors on the coast. Pegasus flts is not a surprise.

  4. Anonymous08:21

    6H increasing ops to TIV from two to seven times weekly (daily).

  5. Anonymous18:11

    Pegasus je zainterosovan i za S19!Ako ga CAA ne blokira....Uticaj TK :-(


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