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Which airline to fly from Istanbul to Izmir? Need a quick response, please.

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I'm about to make airline reservations from Istanbul to Izmir, in preparation for my upcoming Turkey trip in April. It seems that I've got a large choice of flights, but basically only 2 airlines to choose from, Pegasus and Atlasjet (I'm ruling out Turkish Airlines because of their exhorbitant prices and a previous unpleasant experience with them).

I can find flights that support my preferred schedule on either airline.
Is there a significant reason to choose one over the other (safety, on-time record, other)?

I would appreciate a prompt response, as I plan to make the reservations today.

Thanks.

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