Ziyavudin Magomedov's plane put up for sale for almost $ 54 million
The arrested co-owner of the Summa group of companies denies ownership of the aircraft.
A jet plane belonging to the Summa group of companies co-owner Ziyavudin Magomedov, which flew to Malta, was put up for sale on the website of the manufacturing company for $ 53.95 million. An aircraft broker confirmed that the jet belongs to the entrepreneur, who has been arrested for swindling. Magomedov denied ownership of Gulfstream G650 aircraft with tail number 9H-DTY, Forbes writes.
The plane is registered by Elit'Avia Malta Ltd and left Russia last year, since the investigation was planning to seize the property in the framework of the Magomedovs’ case. According to the aircraft’s selling certificate, it made 301 flights with a total duration of 816 hours.
Brothers Ziyavudin and Magomed Magomedov were detained on March 31, 2018 on charges of creating a criminal community, swindling and embezzlement. The damage they caused was estimated at 2.8 billion rubles ($ 42,5 million).