Budapest Airport announced new schedule to connect East European cities Minsk, Belgrade and Budapest

2013-07-12 — / — Budapest Airport has announced the launch of a new schedule that will link the East European cities of Minsk in Belarus, Belgrade in Serbia and Budapest, Hungary. The new year round service will begin on 19 September 2013 and will be operated by the Belarusian Airline, Belavia. The twice weekly schedule will be flown predominantly on Bombardier CRJ-100/200 aircraft on Mondays and Thursdays.


Depart Minsk 08.10 Arrive Budapest 09.05
Depart Budapest 09.45 Arrive Belgrade 10.40
Depart Belgrade 11.20 Arrive Budapest 12.25
Depart Budapest 13.05 Arrive Minsk 16.00

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Depart Minsk 13.40 Arrive Budapest 14.35
Depart Budapest 15.15 Arrive Belgrade 16.10
Depart Belgrade 16.50 Arrive Budapest 17.45
Depart Budapest 18:35 Arrive Minsk 21.30

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The new route serves to connect the three capital cities with flights linking Minsk to Belgrade and Budapest for the first time, in addition to creating regular links between Budapest and Belgrade The announcement further strengthens the expanding number of Eastern European cities accessible from the Central European Hub airport at Budapest and serves to provide a new passenger base with a wide range of international connections through Budapest.

“We’re delighted to welcome Belavia as the latest airline to plan operations into Budapest Airport and anticipate the route will provide a much needed link between the three cities. This latest route quickly follows the announcement Bulgaria Air’s Budapest to Sofia route, operated, and further demonstrates Budapest Airport’s strength as a Central European hub,” commented Kam Jandhu, Aviation Director for Budapest Airport.

“We anticipate that this unique schedule connecting these three key cities will be attractive to both the business and tourism sectors. Hungarian, Belarusian and Serbian travel agencies and flight providers will also welcome the additional services that will expand the connections available at Budapest and provide a new transit option through Minsk,” said Anatoly Gusarov, Director General, Belavia – Belarusian Airlines.