North Cyprus Flights Information

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A.Reservations may not be transferred to anyone else, and the name on a ticket cannot be changed.

B.Reservation changes, ticket cancellations and fare refunds cannot be made after the scheduled departure time.

Ticket validity:

1.Tickets are valid for one year from the flight date printed on the first flight E-Ticket.

2.In the case of E-Tickets for open flights, tickets are valid for one year from the date printed on the first flight coupon.

3.Amendments or refunds cannot be made to tickets reaching the end of their validity.

4.In the case of a ticket amendment being made, the validity date will be the same as the first ticket. The period of validity of the first ticket cannot be extended on amended tickets. If an amendment is made to an open flight ticket, the validity date for the ticket will be that conferred on it according to the price category of the new ticket.

5.The Service Fee is non-refundable.

6.Refunds are paid only to the credit card holder, and the credit card used for payment will be credited at the same place from the ticket was bought.

7.Ticket sales transactions on scheduled flights can be made by travel agents up to 1 hour before flights or via our website up to 30 minutes before flights. Check-in closes 30 minutes before flights, after which ticket-holding guests may not be permitted to board the flight.

8.Pegasus passengers must complete their check-in procedures at least 45 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time for international flights, or at least 30 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time for domestic flights.

9.Pegasus Airlines denies liability for any damage or injury caused by any failure of performance, error, omission, interruption, deletion, defect, delay in operation or transmission, computer virus, communication failure, theft or destruction or unauthorized access to, alteration of, or use of record whether as a result of breach of contract, tortuous behavior, negligence, or under any other cause of action.

10.Carbon emission payments As the aviation sector is now included within the European Union Emission Trade System (EU ETS) it is complying with European Union 2008/101/EC regulations for the prevention of global warming and climate change. In line with these regulations, the carbon emissions of all flights to and from EU countries are being monitored as from 1 January 2012 with a Carbon Emission (CE) fee of €0.75 (or foreign exchange equivalent) being levied by the EU on all travel and ticket sales made from 6 January 2012.

For flights to Switzerland, only the Basel route attracts the carbon emission fee. There is no fee levied for flights to Zurich.

Rules For Pegasus Flights to Northern Cyprus

In compliance with a directive from the Interior Ministry's General Directorate of Security, all passengers for flight number 501 on the Ercan-Istanbul S. Gökçen route are required to produce a passport (due to the flight having a subsequent international leg). Passengers presenting a Turkish identity card only will not be allowed to board the flight. For the other flights to or from Northern Cyprus, check-in is performed with a Turkish identity card or a passport. Passengers without a Turkish identity card or passport will not be allowed to board the flight.


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Northern Cyprus Kyrenia

Northern Cyprus Kyrenia

Northern Cyprus Kyrenia, is home to the harbour city of Kyrenia and some of the most amazing sites in Cyprus. Although many holiday makers may be forgiven for thinking that Kyrenia is just a harbour town, there really is a lot more to see and do. Filled with historical buildings, superb scenery, spectacular natural un-spoilt sandy beaches, and much more, Kyrenia makes the perfect destination for any holiday.

The calming atmosphere of this beautiful sea-front city makes holidaying in Kyrenia a relaxing and thoroughly enjoyable experience. The old town of Kyrenia is filled with whitewashed buildings and the ruins of walls and towers that once protected this city from attack. Whilst the city of Kyrenia may seem quite and asleep during the day, once the sun sets the atmosphere is transformed as restaurant and tavern owners prepare for the night and the entertainment it brings.

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Northern Cyprus Nicosia

Northern Cyprus Nicosia

Ledra Street is in the middle of the walled city. The street has historically been the busiest shopping street of the capital and adjacent streets lead to the most lively part of the old city with narrow streets, boutiques, bars and art-cafés. The street today is a historic monument on its own. It is about 1 km (0.6 mi) long and connects the south and north parts of the old city. During the EOKA struggle that ran from 1955–1959, the street acquired the informal nickname The Murder Mile in reference to the frequent targeting of the British colonialists by nationalist fighters along its course.[13][14] In 1963, during the outbreak of hostilities between the Greek and Turkish Cypriot communities, following the announcement of amendments to the Cypriot Constitution, Turkish Cypriots withdrew to the northern part of Nicosia which became one of the many Turkish Cypriot enclaves which existed throughout the island. Various streets which ran between the northern and southern part of the city, including Ledra Street, were blockaded. During the Turkish army invasion of Cyprus in 1974, Turkish troops occupied northern Nicosia (as well as the northern part of Cyprus). A buffer zone was established across the island along the ceasefire line to separate the northern Turkish controlled part of the island, and the south. The buffer zone runs through Ledra Street. After many failed attempts on reaching agreement between the two communities, Ledra Street was reopened on 3 April 2008.
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