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27 Dec 2018

Belavia announces new flight deals

Belavia announces new flight deals

MINSK, 27 December (BelTA) – The Belarusian air carrier Belavia has announced reduced fares to four new destinations, BelTA has learned from the company.

Thus, on 27 December, the list of air deals expanded with flights to Astana, Almaty, Prague and Saint Petersburg. A one-way ticket will cost €10 plus taxes and charges. A return ticket will be €20 plus taxes and charges.

The tickets will be available on 27 December from 9.00 to 23.59 Minsk time. The tickets can be used for flights from 28 December 2018 to 27 January 2019 (the return flight), the company informed.

The tickets can be purchased only through the company’s website belavia.by. The discounted tickets are available for flights from/to Minsk. No changes or refunds can be made.

Passengers buying promo tickets should keep in mind that some conditions apply. Passengers should use promo tickets starting from the first airport of departure indicated in the ticket. If passengers fail to do that, the tickets will be annulled for the entire itinerary, so passengers will not be able to use their tickets for the return flight and the money, including taxes and charges, will not be refunded.

Under the current 30-day visa waiver, on 2 November Belavia introduced promo tickets on most of its regular flights till the end of the winter schedule. The cost of tickets to some destinations was reduced by 75%.

Belavia is Belarus’ biggest air carrier. Based in Minsk National Airport, it offers regular flights to 51 destinations in 28 countries. The company operates a fleet of 29 aircraft (five Boeing 737-800 jets, six Boeing 737-500 jets, seven Boeing 737-300 jets, three Embraer 175 aircraft, four Embraers 195 and four CRJ-100/-200 jets).

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