Next-Generation 737-800 offers new, modern air livery for Belavia

The first Next-Generation 737-800 purchased directly from Boeing by Belavia completed its delivery flight and recently landed during the overnight hours in Minsk.


The first Next-Generation 737-800 purchased directly from Boeing by Belavia completed its delivery flight and recently landed during the overnight hours in Minsk.

The advanced airplane features a newly designed, unique livery, which Belavia, the national airline company of Belarus, is excited to offer.

“Belavia focuses on reliability and punctuality in its work,” Anatoly Gusarov, general director of Belavia, said. “In order to ensure full adherence to our principles, we made our choice focusing on aircraft performance. Therefore, we hope to increase our dispatch reliability and punctuality rate even further after bringing 737 airplanes into operation.”

The 737-800 model was chosen by Belavia based on the needs of the airline for the strategic business goals set by executives. The airplane flies 320 kilometers farther than other competing against it while using 5 percent less fuel, making the major benefits to this airplane the cost efficiency and maximum range for flights to Central Asia and Europe.

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