Demand for a seat on a private plane out of Russia has soared in recent days as the country prepares to step up its involvement in the war in Ukraine.
Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the first mobilisation since the second World War with over 300,000 army reserves called up to fight in the frontlines.
Those looking to escape conscription have been flying out of the country mainly to Armenia, Turkey and Azerbaijan.
There are reports that some are paying between €22,000 and €27,000 euro for a spot on a private plane in a bid to escape the war effort.
Meanwhile, results from Russia's so-called "sham referendums" in four areas of eastern Ukraine are due to be revealed later.
Polls on joining the Russian Federation have been held in the Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia provinces.
The votes have been widely condemned as illegal by the West.