User:   Password: 
 
News
Cards
Airports
Register
Foro


10/02/2008
TU-95 violates Japan`s airspace

A Russian strategic bomber, a TU-95, penetrated during three minutes in the Japan`s airspace, to the south of Tokyo.
This violation of the Japanese airspace made that at least 22 airplanes were mobilized, among them several F-15J. 
Japanese`s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has made a protest before the Russian embassy by the incident, whereas of the Russian side they denied the facts.
According to the Japanese`s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the bomber flew over the island of Sofugan, located in the Pacific, to 630 km to the south of the capital.
This incident means the first violation of a Russian airplane in the Japan`s airspace since January of 2006.








 NEWS
Updated daily news about the world of aviation

 AIRPORTS
 America
Argentina
Bolivia
Brazil
Canada
Chile
Colombia
United States
Ecuador
Paraguay
Perú
Puerto Rico
Uruguay
Venezuela

 Europe
Austria
Alemania
Bélgica
Spain
France
Greece
Italy
Países Bajos
Portugal
United Kingdom
Switzerland

 Oceania
Australia
New Zealand

 Asia
China
India
Japón
Myanmar
Pakistan
Taiwan

  Hightlights:

Helicopters in the U.S. Army

AN-225 Myria, the Russian Dream

World-Aviation.info