Greek and Turkish F-16 fighter jets engage in dog fights over Aegean Sea

14 July 2017
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he violation of Greek airspace by Turkey is becoming a routine occurrence.

After Thursday’s multiple violations, a formation of two armed Turkish F-16 fighter jets engaged in a dogfight with Greek F-16s before being chased out of Greek national airspace.

The two Turkish jets flew over central and northeastern Aegean Sea, while also infringed on the Athens FIR.

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