Greek military authorities reported a total of 50 violations of the country’s national airspace by Turkish jets on Thursday. The violations were conducted by 13 aircraft in the northeastern, central and southeastern Aegean Sea.
The 13 aircraft were identified as eight F-16s, two F-4 and one CN-235.
On nine occasions, the Turkish aircraft violated the regulations of the Athens Flight Information Region (FIR) as well..
Four of the Turkish jets were armed, while Greek pilots engaged in one mock dogfight.
All Turkish aircraft were intercepted in line with international rules of engagement, the Greek military said.