The demand for one-way flights out of Russia has skyrocketed, according to private jet service providers, as reported by The Guardian.
According to the article, the price of a ticket on a private jet has increased to between $21,500 and $27,000.
The majority of Russians are travelling to Turkey, Armenia, and Azerbaijan since these countries still allow them to enter visa-free.
Some European nations have already banned Russian visitors and others have said they would not accept Russians escaping mobilisation.
The director of a broker jet firm, Yevgeny Bikov, recently told The Guardian that their daily request volume has climbed from 50 to 5,000.
After EU sanctions earlier this year severely reduced aircraft supply, the CEO of an aviation business told The Guardian that demand for private planes had "raised by 50 times."