Russian media: British fighter planes take off from base in Scotland to intercept Russian aircraft
Russian Satellite News Agency reported on November 29 that the British Air Force press release stated that several “Typhoon” fighters of the country’s air force lifted off from Lossmouth Air Base in Scotland on the 28th to intercept the Russian Tu-142 aircraft flying near British airspace. .
The news stated: “In order to intercept Russian military aircraft near British airspace over the North Sea, British Royal Air Force Typhoon fighter jets took off. Two Russian Tu-142s were intercepted.”
According to sources, this is a Russian anti-submarine aircraft. “It is very important to closely monitor its movements when flying near British airspace.”