MINSK, 14 February (BelTA) – The establishment of a business aviation center in the Minsk National Airport has been finished, the press service of the Belarusian Transport and Communications Ministry told BelTA.
The implementation of the investment project to set up a business aviation center in the Minsk National Airport has been finished. A modern multifunctional facility was built there. It includes a hangar complex with the total area of over 4,000m2 for storing aircraft and a passenger terminal.
The project was implemented by ZAO Investment Financing under the aegis of the Transport and Communications Ministry in 2016-2019. Construction itself took 16 months. It was finished in December 2019.
The business aviation center is expected to enhance the commercial appeal of the Minsk National Airport and bring some aircraft owners from airports of Russia, the Baltic and Scandinavian states to Belarus. In turn, it will have a positive effect on Belarus' investment appeal as a whole.
The key advantage of business aviation is the ability to carry out domestic and international flights via any routes and without a timetable.