Pegasus Airlines (PC, Istanbul Sabiha Gökcen) has ordered an incremental thirty-six A321-200neos from Airbus (AIB, Toulouse Blagnac) with deliveries scheduled through the end of 2029.

The Turkish low-cost carrier has thus increased its order book for A320neo Family to 150 aircraft, including 108 A321neo. So far, the airline has taken deliveries of forty-six A320-200Ns (including four sourced from lessors - three from Avolon and one from CALC) and thirty-three A321-200NX (including one from Air Lease Corporation). Deliveries of the remaining aircraft will allow the airline to replace its remaining six A320-200s and fifteen B737-800s, and then grow the fleet.

CEO Güliz Öztürk said recently that the A321neo would be Pegasus's variant of choice for future growth. The jets are configured in a single-class layout seating up to 239 passengers.

"This efficiency makes a significant contribution to reducing fuel consumption and emissions. In addition, we are actively pursuing many more initiatives on the road to net zero. In addition to our fleet transformation with new generation aircraft, we are moving towards this goal through our operational efficiency efforts, increasing our use of sustainable aviation fuel and our focus on alternative energy sources," Öztürk said.