BIS: Turkish Aviation Company Fined for Export Control Violations on Charter Flights to Russia

BIS: Turkish Aviation Company Fined for Export Control Violations on Charter Flights to Russia

BIS gave Sapphire Havacilik, an aviation company in Turkey, a civil penalty of $285,000 to resolve Export Control Reform Act violations. This is for private charter flights into Russia without a BIS license, because it involved a US-origin Gulfstream aircraft.

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