Volga-Dnepr boss sanctioned for Moscow deal signed 'on Putin's instructions'
The UK government’s decision to put sanctions on Alexei Isaikin, president and founder of Volga-Dnepr, ...
Volga-Dnepr told The Loadstar just two weeks ago that there was no such deal, but it appears that the speculation over Polet’s two AN-124s was correct – they are going to the world’s largest operator of the type. It has signed a lease deal for two aircraft with JSC Sberbank Leasing, which gives it a fleet of 12 of the type, and a near monopoly through its joint-venture with Antonov, Ruslan.
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