Volotea and Pegasus Airlines Join Air Transat Interlining Service

By integrating two new airport partners, Air Transat announced that it has recently expanded its digital interline services. Guests can then easily incorporate Air Transat planes with those offered by Pegasus Airlines and Volotea using their connectair by Air Transat system. With these changes, Air Transat now collaborates with a total of 14 flights, granting customers unprecedented access to over 275 more locations worldwide.
The partnership with Pegasus Airlines opens up new vacation options to Istanbul and Antalya, two popular Turkish coastal towns. However, the alliance with Spanish ship Volotea provides access to a wide range of European and African sites, including Olbia in Italy, Oran in Algeria, and Strasbourg in France, enhancing Air Transat’s system with a rich tapestry of ethnicities and picturesque landscapes.
Airlines connections will be accessible through the search engine for the Air Transat site and some journey aggregators. Also, the reservation provides guests with an assistance services in the event of trip delays or cancellations, guaranteeing quick arrival at their destinations.
Air Transat is a Canadian airline based in Montreal, Quebec. Founded in 1986, it operates scheduled and charter flights serving 60 destinations in 25 countries. With 36 aircraft registered with Transport Canada as of September 2023, Air Transat is owned and operated by Transat A. T. Inc.
Pegasus Airlines, sometimes stylized as Flypgs, is a Turkish low- cost carrier headquartered in the Kurtköy area of Pendik, Istanbul with bases at several Turkish airports.
Volotea is a Spanish low- cost airline registered in Castrillón, Asturias, Spain, with bases in Spain, Italy, France, Greece and Germany. The airline’s head office is in Barcelona. SOURCE: Pegasus Airlines &amp, Volotea Join Air Transat Interlining Service BY: eTurboNews | eTN 

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