Belavia news

24 November 2010

Italian winter fairy tale


Since December 8 Belavia increases frequency of flights on the route Minsk – Rome. Additional 4th flight week would be operated by Boeing 737 aircraft that guarantees passengers both economy and business class service on board. One can get to Rome now not only on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays, but also on Wednesdays. Additional flight would be operated because of the growing demand among passengers: on Christmas and New Year Eve this destination becomes especially popular.

Passionate Italians are experts in holidays, they love and know how to celebrate them and their spectacular feasts in honour of Christmas, new Year and Epiphany are vivid evidence of that. A New Year fairy tale begins in Italy on last week of December when Italians celebrate their favourite holiday – Christmas. Just in 175 minutes you can get to bright and colourful Rome decorated with garlands and shining Christmas trees. You would be able to take part in festive Mass that is served by the Pope at the square in front of St. Peter`s Basilica in Vatican. And on New Year night despite public festivities and fancy-dress processions you will see a funny Italian tradition to meet New Year getting rid of old and sad things. So at midnight on December 31 they throw old dishes, furniture and other unnecessary things through the window. And there is no need to mention that winter holidays in Italy are the `tastiest` in culinary aspect.

And how about traditional holiday sales?! For that purpose you can go to Milan – the European biggest capital of fashion industry. Belavia operates flights on the route Minsk – Milan four times a week on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Thus, Belarusian airlines ready to get you to Italy 8 times a week. Due to convenient connections in Minsk airport passengers from Baku, Yerevan, Tbilisi and Teheran can also use flights to Italy with Belavia.

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