MINSK, 3 August (BelTA) - Polish Airlines LOT resumed flights to Minsk National Airport on 2 August, BelTA learned from the press service of the airport.
“The LOT flight arrived at Minsk National Airport from Warsaw on 2 August. The Embraer E-170 landed in the Belarusian capital at 13.45, and at 14.35 flew back to Warsaw, to the Chopin airport,” the press service noted.
Polish Airlines LOT is one of the oldest airlines in Europe. It began to carry out regular flights to Minsk in September 1992. The LOT flight program was put on hold due to COVID-19 on 14 March 2020. In August-September, the company plans to perform the Warsaw-Minsk-Warsaw flight four times a week: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday in August, and Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday in September. Changes are possible in the schedule.
“On 17 July Iraqi Airways resumed regular flights on the Baghdad-Minsk-Baghdad route. Two flights per week are scheduled for August. Before the flight, we advise you to get familiar with the entry restrictions in the country of destination, and contact the authorized authorities of the country of arrival,” the press service of the Minsk National Airport said.