The Hellenic Air Force intercepted all aircraft.
On Wednesday, the Turkish Air Force committed 39 violations of the Greek national airspace.
Fifteen Turkish aircraft flew over the Aegean today, 11 F-16 fighters, three CN-235 spy planes, and a helicopter.
Two Turkish fighters flew armed, and in those cases, the violations turned into dog fights with the Greek surveillance aircraft.
Turkish aircraft operated in the North-East, Central, and South-East Aegean and committed nine air traffic infringements in the Athens FIR.
As reported by the Hellenic National Defence General Staff (HNDGS), the Turkish aircraft were identified and intercepted following international rules, according to standard practice.