London to Tbilisi to Zurich. Cheap fare is the only reason you would choose to fly with Pegasus but if Tbilisi or Beirut is your final destination I would choose similarly priced Air Baltic via Riga any day. Avoid at all costs a long layover at SAW as mentioned in earlier review! I've vowed never to fly Pegasus again and even found myself claiming Ryanair is better. I always sit on the back row - on 2 sectors TBS-SAW and SAW-ZRH someone was smoking onboard and crew didn't bother - both times turned a blind eye? Passengers up and about while the plane was still on the runway in Tbilisi and again in Istanbul on return - again crew didn't bother. All in all pretty chaotic. What they do seem to get right is the friendliness of the cabin crew - chatty and generally helpful. Onboard food ok (avoid hot breakfast) and by booking them ahead you get served first and it works out much cheaper. On all 4 sectors there was a problem with paying for my drinks with a credit card but eventually they somehow managed it - otherwise my flight on Christmas Day would be pretty gloomy. Great onboard tv's with aircraft location which you don't usually get on a budget airline. Safety demo featuring children whilst fun means that no one bothers watching it after first 30 seconds (probably doesn't help no crew are present in the aisle either when it's running). Last sector SAW to ZRH was operated by Tailwind Airlines in old 737-400.