For the first time in history, Kazan Airport starts operating flights to two Istanbul airports at once.
A new partner of International Kazan Airport n.a. Gabdulla Tukay, the Turkish low-cost air carrier Pegasus Airlines on June 19 launches a program of regular flights to Istanbul.
For the first time in its history, Kazan Airport starts operating flights to two Istanbul airports at once. Flights by air carriers Turkish Airlines, Red Wings and Pobeda are operated from Kazan to Istanbul International Airport (tur. İstanbul Havalimanı) or new airport located in the European part of the city. Thus, the Turkish low-cost Pegasus Airlines will be operated flights to airport located in the Asian part of the city, Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport.
Already flights from Kazan are operated to the city on the Bosphorus more than once a day. In this case the coming of the foreign low-cost Pegasus Airlines with an extensive flight program will provide additional travel opportunities at a fairly attractive cost for tourists and other categories of passengers from Republic of Tatarstan, Republic of Turkey, and from other countries (Istanbul is a popular hub for passengers from around the world).
Flights will be operated at 186-seats capacity aircraft Airbus320 daily on schedule:
· Monday departure from Kazan at 12:50;
· Tuesday departure from Kazan at 15:35;
· on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays departure from Kazan at 14:20;
· Thursday departure from Kazan at 12:20;
· Saturday departure from Kazan at 16:10.
Travel time is about 5 hours. The schedule is set until the end of October 2023.
Tickets are available on the official airport’s website by link: https://sales.kazan.aero/