Since the announcement of the mobilization in Russia, the demand for plane tickets to leave the country has exploded. But it has become more difficult to travel. Russian airlines no longer sell tickets to men of fighting age unless they can prove that the Ministry of Defense gave them permission. Also, most single flight tickets are sold out. To read also: War in Ukraine – Mobilization in Russia: the hemorrhage is confirmed, nearly 100,000 Russians have entered Kazakhstan since September 21 “There are simply not enough places for everyone” No problem cool some Russians willing to spend a fortune to reach Armenia, Turkey and Azerbaijan which accept visa-free Russian citizens. Seats on private jets are now very popular. “Before the mobilization, we received around 50 reservations a day, now there are around 5,000,” Evgeny Bikov, head of the Russian jet company Your Charter, told the British newspaper The Guardian. In an attempt to meet demand and bring prices down, the private jet company began chartering larger commercial jets. “But there just aren’t enough places for everyone.” The cheapest seat on a commercial plane to the Armenian capital Yerevan costs 200,000 rubles (more than 3,500 euros). The other places can quickly prices ranging from 22,000 to 28,000 euros.