Airport monopoly issues and, unfriendly tax and land legislation impede efforts to establish full-fledged FBO in Russia.
According to figures issued by the Russian Business Aviation Association (ADA), VIP charter flights and the number of owned aircraft in Russia are growing by 40 percent annually. With an eye on this growth, Russian and Western business aviation operators for several years have been trying to create a real full-service FBO in the country and particularly in Moscow, but with little success. That failure, in the midst of booming business activity, serves to highlight serious troubles in local ...
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