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Belarus's Belavia ends scheduled Tu-154M operations

​Belavia has withdrawn its last two active Tu-154Ms from scheduled passenger service as of Saturday, October 1. The type's last regular flight was Minsk National-Gomel, Ch-aviation.com reported. In a statement, the Belarus national carrier said the trijet would be used for charter flights ferrying workers to Belarus's north. These services will continue until late December fol...

Photos - Belavia and it's first Boeing Next-Generation 737-800

 Belavia celebrated the delivery of the airline’s first Next-Generation 737-800 purchased directly from the manufacturer. Since I had the honor to meet the new board of the airline in Minsk,  I can share some photo impressions: Belavia selected the 737-800 based on business objectives set by the airline – cost efficiency and maximum range for flights to...

Belavia's first branded aircraft to go into service after 20 August

The first branded aircraft of the Belarusian air carrier Belavia will be put in use after 20 August, BelTA learned from Belavia Director General Anatoly Gusarov on 15 August. The executive explained: “After the aircraft goes through the customs clearance process, we will have to send information about its certain parameters to the aviation authorities of other countries in order to get f...

Branded World of Tanks Belavia Boeing Takes to the Skies

The company “Wargaming” has designed a branded Boeing 737-300 for Belavia, the state airline of Belarus; the vehicle is ready for its first flight. Wargaming, a Belarus-Cypriot company which designed the game World of Tanks, has given one of Belavia Airlines' Boeings a makeover. The country's best-known brands have joined forces to promote the image...