Russia says airliner had to lose height to avoid Nato spy plane

Russia says airliner had to lose height to avoid Nato spy plane

MOSCOW (REUTERS) - A Russian Aeroflot airliner flying from Tel Aviv to Moscow was forced to change altitude over the Black Sea because a Nato CL-600 reconnaissance plane crossed its designated flight path, Russia's state aviation authority said on ...
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from: The Straits Times

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