Business aircraft travel to Moscow over the last two years has declined by at least 50%, continuing at that level into 2019, according to security expert Charlie Leblanc, who tracks business aviation risk management for UnitedHealthcare Global. He attributes the reduction to the economic sanctions the U.S. and its allies have imposed on Russian business enterprises and certain individuals who control them, in other words, the infamous post-Soviet “oligarchs.” “The ...


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