One of Russia’s richest women has died after the private jet she was traveling in crashed in Germany. Natalia Fileva, the co-owner and chairwoman of S7 Airlines, was flying from Cannes in France when the single-engine, six-seat aircraft crashed and burned while approaching an airport in southwestern Germany on Sunday afternoon, according to The Siberian Times. She was fondly referred to as the “Iron Lady” of Russian aviation in certain circles. In a statement S7 Airlines termed her death an “irreparable loss”: “S7 Group team extends sincere and heartfelt condolences to Mrs. Fileva’s family and loved ones. The memory of

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