“Due to the decision of the governments of Great Britain and France to ban Belavia flights to / from Great Britain and France, we are obliged to cancel flights to London and Paris from May 25 to October 30” – according to Interfax West.

Belarus corresponds to Europe

Belavia is suspending flights to London, Paris and Vilnius until October 30. This means that passengers wishing to leave Belarus in these directions will have to do so via Moscow.

According to Interfax-West, passengers have been given the option to return or exchange tickets for other destinations or dates.

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Etihad bans flights

At a summit on Monday, European Union leaders agreed to ban Belarusian airlines from flying through European Union airspace and prevent them from reaching EU airports, and called on EU-based airlines to avoid flying over Belarus.

European Union leaders called on the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to urgently investigate the issue of forcing a Ryanair plane flying from Athens to Vilnius to land in Minsk.

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