ArmInfo. Belavia resumes operations on the Minsk-Yerevan-Minsk route since May 2017.
As the press service of the Central Administration of Civil Aviation (GDCA) of Armenia reports, the airline has already received the appropriate permission to carry out regular flights.
"In the summer navigation period - from May to October, Belavia intends to carry out flights twice a week - on Wednesday and Sunday," the message says.
The air regulator reminded that the last flight on the Minsk-Yerevan route was carried out by the Belarusian airline on February 4, 2016.
Earlier, the general director of Belavia Airlines Anatoly Gusarov reported that the airline intends to resume flights to the Armenian capital this summer. "I hope that the decline in demand for passenger transportation between Belarus and Armenia is temporary, in our plans the resumption of this flight in June 2017," said Anatoly Gusarov, commenting on the possibility of resuming the flight Minsk-Yerevan.
Air carrier "Belavia" is the largest in Belarus. The airline is based at the National Airport Minsk and conducts regular flights to 47 airports in 28 countries of Europe and Asia.