Air Transat adds Pegasus Airlines and Volotea flights to its virtual interlining platform

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Canada’s Air Transat announced Tuesday the expansion of its virtual interline service with the addition of two new carriers, Pegasus Airlines and Volotea.

Its innovative connectair by Air Transat platform now allows travelers to combine flights of the Canadian carrier with those of the Turkish and Spanish airlines.

This brings the total number of airlines collaborating in the virtual interline service to 14 and provides access to more than 275 additional destinations worldwide.

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The association with Pegasus Airlines opens up exciting travel opportunities to multiple Turkish coastal hotspots such as Istanbul and Antalya. In addition, the partnership with Spanish carrier Volotea offers gateways to an array of destinations across Europe and Africa, such as Olbia in Italy, Oran in Algeria, and Strasbourg in France.

Connections are available through the search engine on and through some flight aggregators.