Belavia inaugurates Minsk to Belgrade via Budapest

Belavia’s Embraer 175 received a traditional water arch at Budapest Airport for their new Minsk to Belgrade service

On arrival at Budapest as part of the new one-stop service launched by Belavia on 19 September, Belavia’s Embraer 175 received a traditional water arch to celebrate the twice-weekly operation connecting Minsk, the capital of Belarus, with Belgrade, the Serbian capital.

  • Belavia, the state owned Belarusian flag carrier, launched a new route on 19 September from Minsk (MSQ), the airline’s headquarters and hub in the capital city of Belarus; to Belgrade (BEG) the Serbian capital city. The 1,250-kilometre sector operates via Budapest (BUD) in Hungary and is scheduled twice-weekly with no competition. Innovata data from Diio Mi suggests that the airline plans to use CRJ 200s to fly the route, although the photograph clearly shows that an Embraer 175 was used for the inaugural flight. See how the Budapest Truck Water Arch scored with’s expert panel of judges!


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