Greek and Turkish fighter jets engage in dogfights over Aegean Sea

The Turkish Air Force violated Greek airspace 60 times

The Turkish Air Force violated Greek national airspace on 60 occasions, 5 of which resulted in Greek and Turkish fighter jets engaging in dogfights over the Aegean Sea.
The Turkish aircraft also infringed on the Athens FIR air traffic rules on 7 instances. The violations took place in the Northeastern, Central and Southeast Aegean Sea, with eleven Turkish aircraft (six F-16, two F-4s and three CN-235 spies). Of the 60 violations, 43 were carried out by the Turkish fighter jets and 17 by the CN-235.
The violations took place on the day the Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis was on an official visit in Cyprus.

Earlier on Monday, 4 Turkish aircraft flew over three Greek islands. Two Turkish F-16s and two Turkish F-4s flew in formation, at 14:42 at an altitude of 16,000 feet above the Strongylos and Plaka islands.