To Murmansk in less than three hours: Belavia launched a new flight today
The first passengers of a new direction in the route network of Belavia Airline departed from Minsk to Murmansk. From May 23, this flight will be performed on Tuesdays. The cost of a one-way ticket starts from 134 euro, round-trip ticket is from 244 euro (LIGHT tariff).
The schedule is the following:
- departure from Minsk – at 10.15, arrival in Murmansk– at 13.00
- departure from Murmansk – at 14.00, arrival in Minsk – at 16.40.
Tickets can be bought on the website of the airline, in the Belavia application, at sales offices and from agents.
During the check-in the passengers of the first flight received gifts, on board they had lunch. The passengers of the return flight will also receive gifts and lunch.
Upon arrival in Murmansk, the aircraft will be greeted with a traditional water arc. Right at the gangway there will be a ceremonial greeting from airport representatives and regional authorities.
“The opening of the new flight will allow people to save one of the most valuable resources – time, - said Igor Cherginets, general director of Belavia”. The flight from Minsk to Murmansk or back takes less than three hours. If we talk about customers focus, we expect that this route will become in demand among business representatives, passengers, traveling in transit through Minsk, and tourists. We have already heard that the residents of the Polar region are sincerely happy with the opening of the flight. This is also because Belarus is considered to be a comfortable place to relax. And indeed, guests of our country have a lot of options: travel to medieval castles, have treatment in sanatoriums, a retreat to Belovezhskaya Pushcha, acquaintance with Belarusian culture, nature and history in general”.
Murmansk is known as a major industrial and logistics centre. The city is also interesting as a tourist attraction. Guests of the Polar region will be able to see the Northern Lights, visit ski slopes, picturesque hills, go on a boat trip and watch whales.