Brest international airport accepts the following types of aircraft: Boeing-737 -300/800, Boeing-757-200, Airbus-318-100, Airbus-319-100, Airbus-320-100, Airbus-320-200, Ilyushin-76, Tupolev-154 and other aircraft of a lower class. During the summer, the airport has regular flights to Kaliningrad and charter flights to Antalya (Turkey) and Burgas (Bulgaria). A lot of charter cargo flights are serviced at the airport. The airport is very popular with the owners of private aircraft. Flights to a big number of destinations are operated from the airport. Thus, in 2010 flights have been performed to Austria, Afghanistan, Belgium, UK, Germany, Denmark, Italy, Libya, Poland, Portugal, Finland, France, Switzerland and other states.
Objectives and functions of Brest Branch
The airport terminal has been constructed under a special design developed by Brest architects, and is one of the most beautiful terminals of the former USSR countries.
At the airport there is a hotel "Mechta", a complete reconstruction of which was made in 2017 - go to the hotel's 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 (172) 210-31-64.
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.