Belavia resumes flights to Warsaw and Tallinn
Belavia has opened flights to Warsaw and Tallinn, reports tut.by. However, not all Belarusians will be able to purchase tickets and leave the country.
Despite the fact that the borders of Belarus with Poland and Estonia remain closed, air traffic between the countries has partially resumed. Belavia schedule already includes flights to Warsaw and Tallinn.
The first flight to Warsaw will depart on July 29, and to Tallinn – on August 1. Flights to Warsaw are planned to be carried out every day. However, only certain categories of people will be able to enter Poland: holders of a Pole card, a residence permit in Poland, a work permit, etc. Borders are still closed for other categories of people.
From 1st till 15th of August, flights to Tallinn will be carried out twice a week, then the airline plans to increase the number of flights. Entry into Estonia is allowed for Estonian citizens and residents; passengers entering Estonia in transit; students.