MINSK, 10 September (BelTA) – The Belarusian air carrier Belavia is increasing the frequency of flights to Russian cities, BelTA learned from the airline's website.
Belavia will operate two flights a day to Moscow's Domodedovo airport as from 21 September and three times a day as from 25 September. The frequency of flights to Sheremetyevo is also increasing to two flights a day as from 21 September.
Belavia will fly to St. Petersburg twice a day as from 21 September and three times a day as from 29 September.
The Belarusian air carrier plans two flights a week to Rostov-on-Don and Samara from 26 September, two flights a week to Yekaterinburg from 28 September, two flights a week to Ufa and Kazan from 29 September.
For more information about the schedule and tariffs, please visit the official website of the airline. Belavia recommends to check the information about restrictions on entry to the country of arrival in advance.