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Pegasus Airline check in question

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To the point - just wondering if anyone has flown Pegasus airlines domestically within Turkey and had to show their credit card they used to book the reservation (online) at check in time....

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We booked two Turkey domestic flights - one on Turkish and one on Pegasus. While looking over flight info for Turkish, there is a disclaimer that you have to show the credit card the original reservation was made on. For our Turkish airline Flight, this is not a problem.

However, for Pegasus, we booked this on a credit card that has since been lost and we had to have a new card issued by Capital One (so same account, but NOT the same CC number, etc). Pegasus airline does not have this disclaimer on my confirmation, but I just want to make sure this is standard protocol at Turkey airports, etc

(likewise, I imagine for the international leg we booked through Traveloctiy (essentailly a TA), although on turkish and using our old card, we shouldn't have an issue given it wasn't booked through Turkish directly)

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