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Belavia Belarusian Airlines ability to serve its route network has significantly diminished this week. As reaction to Belarus’ forcible diversion of a Ryanair flight continues to mount, the airline has lost access to airspace it needs to continue operating to destinations in Western Europe.
Who has prohibited Belarus aircraft?
The United Kingdom was the first country to ban flights by Belarus on 24 May. In the following days, France, Poland, Lithuania, and Latvia have followed suit. Ukraine has banned flights to/from Belarus, but is still allowing Belavia to overfly its airspace en route to destinations outside of Ukraine.
Airspace available to Belarusian airlines. Red = no access, yellow = overflights only, green = Belarus.
Where did Belavia fly last week?
Before this week, Belavia maintained a robust route network across Europe and Western Asia. Belavia also offers a number of flights to Egyptian resorts, like Sharm El-Sheikh.
Belavia route map as of 23 May 2021
On Wednesday 26 May, after France issued its ban on Belarus aircraft in its airspace, Belavia fight 869 from Minsk to Barcelona was already en route, but returned to Minsk.
This article first appeared on www.flightradar24.com
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