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Eduard Yevtyukhin hops out of his taxi and strolls across the tarmac. He works for Dexter, a company that runs a taxi service across European Russia with a fixed per-km rate and easy online ordering. But there’s one big difference between Dexter and other Russian taxi companies: Yevtyukhin is a qualified pilot and his taxi, which travels at 9,000m above the ground, is a bright orange Pilatus PC-12, one of eight of the Swiss-made turboprops in Dexter’s fleet.

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