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A Belavia Embraer 195 departing Berlin Brandenburg Airport. (photo: AirlineGeeks | James Dinsdale)

Belavia Looks to New Leasing Options Following EU Sanctions

In the wake of the standoff at the Poland-Belarus border, the national airline of Belarus is looking for an alternative arrangement for future leasing deals that parts ways with leased aircraft that are tied to the European Union. The airline itself was called out this fall after being accused of bringing migrants from Iraq and Yemen to Belarus and having them walk to the border in response to the European Union showing doubt regarding the legitimacy of Belarusian President Alexander…

Belavia Clamps Down on Yemeni, Syrian, Iraqi Passengers After Threats…

Coming off a summer of heavy sanctions, Belarusian flag carrier Belavia is back under the European Union’s microscope after noting that the airline is allowing passengers from war-ravaged areas of the Middle East to travel on its aircraft and escalating a dangerous situation on the Polish border. The consistent flight…

Belavia Faces Mass Schedule Changes Following Ryanair Interception

Following the weeks’ worth of backlash after Ryanair Flight 4978 was forcibly diverted from its path between Athens and Vilnius and Belarusian activist Roman Protasevich's arrest on arrival, flag carrier Belavia is feeling the heat from the fallout. The airline over the past week has seen its route network dwindle…