After 7 years of air communication cancellation the flights are to be resumed on April, 22 – announced Belavia.
The flights are scheduled to be carried out twice a day – in the morning and in the evening. The renewal of the flights will make it easier to get to Moscow’s northern and western parts as well as increase passengers’ flow traveling through Moscow. 49 euros (tax included) is the one-way ticket cost, the return ticket costs 83 euros.
Belavia will continue to fulfil flights to Domodedovo and Zhukovsky Moscow’s airports. All in all, Belavia’s planes fly to 53 airports in 29 European and Asian countries.
Earlier it was announced that some additional flights will be carried out between Minsk and Moscow in the summer season (March – late October). From Belarussian side Belavia is to perform these flights, from Russia’s — the permit was obtained by S7 Airlines “Siberia”. Nowadays the flights in Minsk-Moscow direction are carried out by Belavia, Aeroflot and UTair air carriers.