Turkish aircraft violate Greek airspace 33 times

On two occasions aircraft involved in dogfights with Greek jets

Eleven Turkish aircraft violated Greek airspace 33 in the Aegean Sea on Monday, with two of the planes carrying a payload. In two of the incidents, a dogfight with Greek fighter jets ensued. The Turkish F-16s flew in pair formations, while 5 CN-235 reconnaissance aircraft and 2 helicopters proceeded to also fly into Greek airspace. There were also 15 infringements of the Athens FIR in the north, central and southeast Aegean Sea.