The national air carrier Belavia made its first regular flight to Brussels. The receiving airport "Charleroi" is one of the largest bases of budget airlines in Europe. It is located in the suburbs of the Belgian capital, which allows carriers to significantly reduce prices for the tickets. The new air route is also intended to increase the flow of visa-free tourists from the Benelux countries. It is geared towards different categories of passengers, including transit ones. Aircraft to Brussels will fly three times a week. And this is not the only new direction for Belavia. Already on May 24 the first flight from Minsk to Yerevan will be carried out, on May 30th flights to Nizhny Novgorod will be launched, and in June the Vitebsk - Kaliningrad flight will begin operating.