Leisure Cargo becomes GSA for Pegasus Airlines

DUBAI-BASED Leisure Cargo has become cargo general sales agent in the Middle East, Africa and India for Pegasus Airlines of Turkey.
Aydin Alpa, cargo vice-president at Istanbul-based Pegasus, says of the new partnership: "This partnership means that we will be in a position to provide cargo transport services to all the destinations in these regions.
"We are very excited with the potential that this offers."
Pegasus Cargo provides transport services within Turkey and to Europe, the Balkans, Russia, the CIS countries and the Middle East, utilising a fleet of B737-800s.
The carrier operates to 63 destinations in 27 countries, including north Cyprus.
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