The suspension of flights to some destinations is being extended by Belavia airlines, Sputnik news website reports.
The Belarusian air carrier temporarily does not operate flights to Ashgabat (until November 1), Budapest, Riga, Tallinn, Larnaca, Voronezh, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod (until October 24) and to all cities of Georgia (until October 31).
Passengers can get a refund for tickets for canceled flights or change the departure date to March 30, 2021. For these questions, you can also contact the sales register, the company's representative offices, and the support service.
Earlier it became known that Belavia will resume flights to Moscow from September 30. In the summer, the Belarusian company resumed flights with Moldova, Albania, Ukraine, Turkey and a number of other countries.
Belavia was operated a regular flight on the Minsk–Ashgabat–Minsk route once a week on Boeing 737 aircraft. Flights to the capital of Turkmenistan were operated on Tuesdays, with a return flight on Wednesdays.