Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
According to a decision of the Ministry of Civil Aviation of the USSR, the Second Joint Aviation Division of Minsk was founded on July 1, 1983. This day is known as the Foundation Day of Minsk National Airport with the MSQ Airport code). Regular flights resumed in 1983 and by 1990, passenger traffic had increased to 2.2 million.
East of the capital is where the MSQ airport is located. There are two ways: M2 and M4 situated in the middle of the city and the airport.
Minsk Airport (Minsk Airport code) is a well-run facility with a single terminal with four levels: Level 1 Arrivals (+ VIP), Level 2 Transfer, Level 3 Departures, and Level 4 Transit. The Arrivals Hall at Minsk Airport is designated Level 1 and is located on the ground floor.
You can find 3 VIP lounges available at Minsk Airport. The CIP Lounge at National Minsk Airport (MSQ Airport code) is available 24 hours a day and is located on the third floor. Located on the third level of the terminal, the Domestic Lounge is just for domestic flights. The International Lounge is located on level 3 and is open 24 hours a day.
ATMs, VIP lounges, postal, fax, and photocopy services, power plugs, and 3-hour free Wi-Fi are some of the facilities provided at Minsk National Airport. Minsk Airport (MSQ Airport code) has a bank and a currency exchange office (09:30 am to 8.30 pm). Conference and meeting rooms on the terminal’s second floor. There is a local food restaurant, a bar (open every day), and a third-floor coffee shop to chill and relax at Minsk National Airport. People can enjoy shopping for duty-free items, perfumes, cosmetics, accessories, souvenirs, drinks, tobacco, toys, and much more. Trolleys on departure levels are available free of charge.
In front of the terminal, there is free short-term parking. The M2 highway connects Minsk National Airport (Minsk National Airport code) to the capital where you can easily book taxis and cabs.
The Arrivals Hall at Minsk Airport is designated Level 1 and is located on the ground floor. The distance between Minsk Airport and the city centre is 42 kilometres.