The British raised fighter aircraft to intercept anti-submarine Tu-142


Planned flights of Russian long-range reconnaissance aircraft Tu-142 keep the tone of British fighter pilots in good shape.


As follows from the message that appeared on the page of the British Lossimuth airbase on Twitter, Typhoon fighters were raised from airbases in Scotland and Lincolnshire to escort Russian planes that were "in the UK zone of interest".

At the same time, the Royal Air Force specified that Russian planes were not included in the airspace of Great Britain.

According to the press service of the Northern Fleet, Tu-142 anti-submarine aircraft, in accordance with international airspace use regulations, circled the Barents, Norwegian, North Seas and Atlantic oceans in anticipation of the start of NATO exercises to be held in Norway.


This is not the first such case: the British Air Force reacts in a similar way to flights of Russian military aircraft near Misty Albion and over the Baltic, as well as in the notorious "zone of interests of Great Britain."

Despite such an unnecessarily nervous reaction from the Royal Air Force, to date, all escorts of Russian aircraft dispensed with any incidents.
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  1. Panting Offline
    Panting (Vyacheslav) 8 March 2020 11: 55
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    It was necessary to detect in the turbine exhaust poisonous substances such as "Novichok" or traces of increased levels of radioactive arsenic or polonium.
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  3. KLV Offline
    KLV (Konstantin) 9 March 2020 12: 39
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    I do not see any nervous reaction. A common practice, both with us and with them. Toys of adult men. Why write such nervous and, most importantly, anonymous articles?