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Data on interceptions of aircraft completed near the Baltic States’ borders on June 03-09, 2019

2019.06.11
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On June 3-9, NATO Air Policing fighter aircraft in the Baltic States conducted six alert scrambles to identify and escort military aircraft of the Russian Federation in international airspace over the Baltic Sea.

 

On June 4, NATO aircraft conducting the Air Policing Mission in the Baltic States were scrambled to intercept one IL-20 of the Russian Federation flying from Kaliningrad to mainland Russia in international airspace. IL-20 flew according to a pre-filed flight plan, with onboard transponders off, maintained radio contact.

 

On June 4, NATO fighter aircraft intercepted IL-20 of the Russian Federation flying from mainland Russia to Kaliningrad in international airspace. IL-20 flew according to a pre-filed flight plan, with onboard transponders off, maintained radio contact.

 

On June 5, NATO fighter jets intercepted one IL-18 of the Russian Federation in international airspace flying from mainland Russia to Kaliningrad in international airspace. IL-20 flew according to a pre-filed flight plan, with onboard transponders off, maintained radio contact.

 

On June 6, NATO fighters intercepted IL-20 of the Russian Federation flying from Kaliningrad to mainland Russia in international airspace. IL-20 flew according to a pre-filed flight plan, with onboard transponders off, maintained radio contact.

 

On June 6, NATO air policing fighter aircraft intercepted IL-18 flying from Kaliningrad to mainland Russia in international airspace. IL-18 flew according to a pre-filed flight plan, with onboard transponders off, maintained radio contact.

 

On June 6, NATO aircraft intercepted IL-18 flying from mainland Russia to Kaliningrad in international airspace. IL-20 flew according to a pre-filed flight plan, with onboard transponders off, maintained radio contact.

 

Related photo, credit: Filip Modrzejewski

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