Posted on: 18 February 2015 by Ross McSweeny
Pegasus Asia has continued expansion of its Bishkek hub by announcing new routes including Russia’s Yekaterinburg and Novosibirsk.
Subject to regulatory authority approval, travellers will be able to fly twice weekly to Yekaterinburg and once a week to Novosibirsk from Bishkek, allowing direct travel to further destinations to the currently operating routes to Moscow and to Krasnoyarsk. In addition to the launch of new routes, Pegasus Asia will also increase the frequency of its flights from Bishkek to Moscow and operate five times weekly as of 20 February.
Pegasus Asia has submitted the applications for permission to further extend its flight network to include routes to Urumqi, Dushanbe, Khujand and Tashkent in 2015. Pegasus Asia will continue its growth with the addition of these new routes once this process is complete and permission has been granted by civil aviation authorities.