After the yacht, billionaire Abramovich’s $65 million plane was also urgently relocated
According to multiple reports, a private jet believed to be owned by Russian tycoon Roman Abramovich flew from Moscow to Israel and then to Istanbul on March 14.
Data on flight tracking website Flightradar24 shows that Abramovich’s plane made the short trip from Tel Aviv, Israel over the Mediterranean Sea earlier on Monday. Reuters reported, the jet left Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion airport.
The flight to Turkey comes a day after a Gulfstream G650ER jet with registration number LX-RAY took off from Moscow on Sunday afternoon and landed in Tel Aviv in the evening, data from Flightradar24 shows.
According to data on Flightradar website, the flight to Istanbul took less than 2 hours, while the flight to Tel Aviv took more than 5.5 hours. It is not clear if Abramovich was on the plane.
Billionaire Roman Abramovich’s $65 million plane moves two ways. Photo:Getty Images
Multiple reports have identified Abramovich as the owner of the plane. A Twitter user who started the thread following Elon Musk’s plane who is currently following the whereabouts of the jet owned by the Russian billionaire also identified the same.
Their G7650ER jet can accommodate up to 19 passengers and 10 sleepers on it. A private jet comparison website says it’s worth $65 million.
Billionaire Roman Abramovich was first sanctioned by the UK, then went to Canada and most recently was frozen by the EU and banned from travelling. The tycoon’s superyachts and villas may be confiscated, according to AFP.
Before moving this plane, Abramovic’s two yachts with a total value of up to $ 1.3 billion did not stand still. The first is the 121-meter-long superyacht Solaris that left the shipyard in Barcelona, Spain a week ago, where it docked for repairs from the end of 2021. The $600 million ship is equipped with a yard. Helicopter, swimming pool, outdoor beach club at the stern and up to 8 decks, 48 cabins. The second yacht also moved elsewhere is Eclipse 162 m long worth 700 million USD.
Abramovich has an estimated net worth of $13.6 billion, according to Bloomberg. The billionaire is said to have obtained Israeli citizenship in 2018 after facing a delay in extending his visa in the UK.
In the past two weeks, at least 14 Russian private jets have landed in Israel, which has not sanctioned any Russian oligarchs, according to the report. The Times of Israel.
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