MINSK, 25 September (BelTA) – The national air carrier Belavia has extended suspension of air travel to Tallinn till 14 October, BelTA learned from the website of the airline.
Belavia will also not fly to Riga till 11 October and to Larnaca till 15 October. Flights to Ashgabat have been suspended till 30 September, to Budapest – till 24 October (with exception of 27 September), and to all destinations in Georgia – till 31 October.
All flights bound for Russia have been suspended till 30 September (to Voronezh, Kazan, and Nizhny Novgorod – till 24 October). Flights to Moscow will resume on 30 September. They will be performed on Wednesdays to Domodedovo Airport. The flight will depart from Minsk at 12:35 and from Moscow at 14:45. Travel time will be 1 hour 20 minutes. “Passengers traveling to Russia and transit passengers are required to present a medical document confirming the negative result of laboratory testing for COVID-19 by PCR, passed no later than three days before arrival in Russia. This requirement does not apply to Russian citizens,” Belavia noted.
Customers who purchased tickets for these travel dates will be able to apply for a refund or to reschedule the flight till 30 March 2021. Tickets can be refunded and flights can be rescheduled at company's offices and customer service centers.