MINSK, 17 January (BelTA) – Nordavia, a Russian airline, has been authorized to serve the route St Petersburg-Minsk, BelTA learned from the Aviation Department of the Belarusian Transport and Communications Ministry.
“Nordavia applied for authorization even earlier than the Pobeda airline. Pobeda was authorized to operate St Petersburg-Minsk flights in early December 2017,” the department said and clarified that Nordavia has been allowed to launch the flights as from March. There is no specific information on the flight schedule for the time being.
BelTA reported earlier that another Russian air carrier, Pobeda, has been authorized to operate flights between St Petersburg and Minsk as from 25 March 2018. The company has also been allowed to fly from Moscow to Gomel as from 16 February 2018.
The Russian air carrier Nordavia-Regional Airlines operates regular and charter flights to more than 30 Russian and foreign airports. Nordavia is a market leader in passenger traffic in northwest Russia.More about Society