Belavia news

30 May 2019

Today Belavia carried out the first flight to Tallinn

     On May 30, 2019 Belavia-Belarusian Airlines carried out the first regular flight on the route Minsk-Tallinn-Minsk.
     “The opening of the flight to Tallinn is an important event not only for Belavia and our frequent flyers, but also for the country as a whole. Estonia, like Belarus, has long been associated in Europe with high technology and, certainly, technical progress. In this regard, the launch of direct flights will have a favorable impact on business tourism. The start of flights is planned in advance of the II European Games in Minsk, which allows the Estonian sports delegation and fans to get to the capital of Belarus more quickly and comfortably”, said Anatoly Gusarov, Director General of Belavia-Belarusian Airlines.
     Flights to Tallinn will be carried out 4 times a week on Mondays and Thursdays at 08.50, as well as on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 15.50 with arriving at Tallinn International Airport. The return flight from Tallinn will departure on Mondays, Thursdays at 10.45, and on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 17.45 with arriving at Minsk National Airport (the time for all airports is local).
     “Minsk is a new direct destination from Tallinn Airport and we expect a lot of interest from tourists as well as business travellers. In addition to direct flights to Minsk it also enables better connections to Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan that has until now been less available for Estonian travellers”, mentioned Eero Pärgmäe, Chief Commercial Officer at Tallinn Airport.
     The load of the first flight on the route Minsk-Tallinn was 62 passengers, and back - 69. On this flight passengers travel in transit from / to Tallinn via Minsk to Abu Dhabi, Baku, Belgrade, Nizhny Novgorod and Krasnodar.
     The cost of one-way flight tickets is from 93 euros and round-trip flight tickets cost from 178 euros, including taxes and fees.
     “The direct flight between Minsk and Tallinn become a sign on the way of developing cooperation between Belarus and Estonia, a peculiar, but at the same time accurate indicator of a high level of bilateral relations. The launching of direct flights between Minsk and Tallinn will contribute to the growth and deepening of the Belarusian-Estonian political dialogue and economic interaction, contacts in the fields of culture, science and education, sport, tourism and personal communication”, commented Ambassador of the Republic of Belarus to the Republic of Estonia Vyacheslav Kachanov.
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