Belavia, as a result of the Ryanair ‘hijacking’, is facing more obstacles on where it can fly in European airspace.
The struggling airline made this new announcement:
Flights to Larnaca, Belgrade, Budapest and Kishinev are suspended, flights to Istanbul is operated with an amended route.
Due to EU and Ukrainian aviation bans and the inability to operate scheduled flights to Larnaca, Belgrade, Budapest and Chisinau, flights are cancelled from May 29, 2021 to June 30, 2021.
Airline specialists are calculating possible routing options for scheduled and charter flights that are affected by the bans in order to determine their feasibility. Please follow the news, information on possible cancellations will be published on the airline’s website as well as on its social media pages.
Scheduled flights to Istanbul will follow a modified timetable due to the need to overfly the airspace of a number of countries. Please follow the schedule changes and check the departure time of your flight via the “Booking Status”.
The airline is working hard to resolve this situation. Passengers on cancelled flights may change their departure date or request a refund within one year from the date of purchase of the ticket or flight on the same transit route.
Top Copyright Photo: Belavia Belarusian Airlines Boeing 737-8ZM WL EW-455PA (msn 61421) AYT (Ton Jochems). Image: 939770.
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