On 17 December 2018, the Turkish low-cost company Pegasus Airlines launched a new connection between Ankara Esenboga and Paris-Charles de Gaulle, its fourth between the Turkish capital and France after Paris-Orly, Lyon and Marseilles.

Pegasus Airlines (OACI / PGT; IATA / PC) operates two weekly flights between Ankara Esenboga airport (ESB) and Paris-Charles de Gaulle (Terminal 3), by Boeing 737-800 with 189 seats. Departures from Paris are scheduled on Mondays and Thursdays at 12:30, with arrivals on the same days at 11:30 at Terminal 3.

Founded in 1990 in conjunction with Aer Lingus, Silkar Investments and Net Holding, Pegasus Airlines has transformed the Turkish airline industry. The first Pegasus flight took off in May 1990. The company was bought by ESAS Holding in 2005. Today, it is the 4th largest scheduled airline in Turkey.