On Oct. 27, one TU-134 military transport aircraft and one AN-148 military transport aircraft of the Russian Federation were intercepted. The aircraft flew once in accordance to a pre-filed flight plan, without using onboard transponders and maintaining communication with air traffic control centers, and another time – without a flight plan having been pre-filed, with onboard transponders switched off and maintaining radio communication.
On Oct. 28, a Su-27 fighter jet and two Su-24 bombers of the Russian Federation were intercepted flying without flight plans, without using onboard transponders and without maintaining radio communication. An AN-12 military transport aircraft intercepted on the same day was flying in accordance to all flight requirements.
On Oct. 31, a group of aircraft including an AN-26 military transport aircraft, a Su-27 fighter jet, two Su-24 bombers and one Su-34 bomber, was intercepted as it was flying defying all flight requirements.