The national air carrier of Belarus, Belavia, announced plans to resume flights to Moscow from September 30. Flights will operate once a week on Wednesdays. Domodedovo airport will receive the airline’s aircraft.

Recall that the Russian Government has decided to restore flights with Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan from September 21. In addition, an air route with South Korea will be opened from September 27.

Aeroflot plans to resume flights to Minsk from September 26.

In addition, Russia has already restored regular flights to the UK, Switzerland, Tanzania, the Maldives, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey and Egypt.

Belavia promises to post information about the rules for entering Russia on its website.

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