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Pair of Turkish F-16s Infringe Athens FIR; Fly Over Greek Islands

October 16, 2020

ATHENS — Α pair of Turkish military aircraft infringed the Athens Flight Information Region (FIR) on Friday without submitting flight plans and flew over the islands of Oinousses and Panaghia at 25,000 feet, at 12:24.

The Turkish fighter jets were recognised and intercepted by Greek planes according to international rules, the National Defence General Staff announced.

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