Turkish LCC Pegasus has reported its sales income rose by 33% during H1 2014, with its gross profit reaching TRY86.4 million. Revenue based on cost per available seat kilometre fell by 2% to €4.06 down from €4.13 for the same period last year.The airline reports passenger numbers increased by 22.4% to 9.2 million, compared with 7.6 million for the first six months of 2013. Load factors on domestic routes reached 82%, and 75.4% on international routes. During the same period the number of available seats increased by 22.3%. General Manager of Pegasus Airlines, Sertac Haybat, said: “We will continue to be one

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