- to Ashgabat (Turkmenistan) until September 1;
- to Warsaw (Poland), Vilnius (Lithuania), Riga (Latvia), Tallinn (Estonia) – until July 28;
- to all air harbors in Russia, Tashkent (Uzbekistan) and Larnaca (Cyprus) - until July 31;
- to all airports in Georgia, Kazakhstan and Vienna (Austria) - until August 15;
Passengers can get a refund for tickets for canceled flights or change the departure date until December 31, 2020. By the end of this year, you can also contact our sales offices, representative offices, and customer support.
“Belavia” emphasizes that it is not necessary to do this right now, since all ticket data is stored in the system. Passengers can apply even after the expected flight date by simply calling the ticket number. The departure date can only be changed once.
Currently, “Belavia” operates regular flights from Minsk to Ukraine, Turkey, France, the Netherlands, Sweden, Germany, Moldova, Israel, Italy, the Czech Republic, Finland, Belgium, Spain, Armenia, Serbia and the United Kingdom.
It is also possible to transfer at the airport in Minsk.
We remind that the Belarusian airline “Belavia” operated a regular flight on the route Minsk-Ashgabat-Minsk once a week on Boeing 737 aircraft. Flights to the capital of Turkmenistan were performed on Tuesdays, with a return flight on Wednesdays.
Earlier, we wrote that “Belavia's” flights to Turkmenistan, Israel and Italy were suspended.