The history of Brest Airport starts from September 1945. On 05/19/1993, Brest Airport was granted international status.
At the Brest airport, the Brest branch of the state enterprise "Belaeronavigatsiya" carries out the following types of flight support, including international: aeronautical air traffic service, radio engineering and aviation telecommunications, aviation engineering, electro-light engineering, special vehicles, aviation security, emergency rescue and fire fighting, meteorological maintenance of flights, medical examination of aviation personnel of civil aviation.
Brest Airport has one runway with an artificial surface, 2,620 meters long, equipped for instrument approach. The airfield is suitable for round-the-clock operation of A-319-100, A-320-200, A-321-100, A-321-200, B-727-100, B-737-400, B-737-700, B- 737-800, B-767-300, B-767-300ER, IL-62 and other aircraft with a maximum take-off weight of up to 191 tons and a wingspan of up to 51.9 m, as well as helicopters of all types.
Brest Airport is open to all users of the airspace of the Republic of Belarus on equal terms during its operation within the established operating regulations.
The airport has a hotel "Mechta", a complete reconstruction of which was carried out in 2017y. - go to hotel website
Postal address: Post Office 4, Brest region, Brest, 224004, Republic of Belarus.
Reception: +375 (162) 97-23-25;
Head of Brest Branch: +375 (162) 97-23-34;
Deputy Head: +375 (162) 97-23-35;
Information: +375 (162) 97-21-81;
Fax: +375 (17) 551-00-60.
Branch Administration: – 08.00 to 16.45 Monday to Friday.
Brest airport opening hours: - 09.00 to 16.30 Monday - Friday, excluding public holidays of the Republic of Belarus.
Work with legal entities 08.15 - 16.45 Monday to Friday.
Reception of citizens the head of the branch produces weekly on Thursdays from 8.15 to 12.30
Note: if requested by an aircraft operator, the airport can provide landing and take-off of their flights around the clock, all days of the week.