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Belavia to receive 3 new Embraers by summer 2018

Belavia is the largest air company in Belarus based in Minsk National Airport. At the moment it takes regular flights from Minsk to 49 airports of 28 countries.

Belavia intends receiving three Embraer planes by the summer season of 2018. A corresponding agreement has been signed with the Brazilian Embraer manufacturer. Anatoly Gusarov Director General of Belavia has commented on the issue.

“In the summer season of 2018 we will be able to offer Belavia passengers another three Embraer planes. The planes will be delivered to Belarus in April, May and June. Therefore, the new planes will offer Belavia passengers good transportation service and high level of flight security”.

The current contract is an advantageous supplement to the contract signed with E-Jet in June 2017.

In summer 2018 Belavia will be using three brand new Embraer planes, which will allow to increase the passenger flow and to launch new flights. The Director General of Belavia Anatoly Gusarov had also emphasized that Belavia is continuing to actively expand the route map and open new flight directions. The flight to Brussels is one of them.

SEE: Belavia to start flights to Brussels

“Belavia suggested renewing the flights to places the air company used to fly before. It contributes to Belavia’s cooperation with other air companies and offers a wide range of places passengers can travel to”.

In 2017 Belavia flew to such popular destinations as Turkey, Bulgaria, and Montenegro and so on from all the regional centers of Belarus. Anatoly Gusarov had also stated that

Belavia will be taking flights to Egypt from all regional centers during the winter season of 2017-2018.

Currently, Belavia park has five Boeing 737-800, six Boeing 737-500, seven Boeing 737-300 and four Bombardier CRJ100/200LR. According to the results of 2016, Belavia overfulfilled its passenger flow plan for the year and served 2.5 million passengers, which is 19.1% more than it was necessary.

Belavia to receive 3 new Embraers by summer 2018