Navigation data analysis shows that between October 7 and November 27, multiple NATO countries conducted more than 160 military flights against Israel, including transport, reconnaissance and refueling flights.
Data obtained by Al Jazeera Sanader from the “Radar Box” website showed that US Air Force aircraft conducted more than 35 flights, the Canadian, British and Polish air forces each conducted about 20 flights, and the German Air Force conducted about 20 flights. . More than 15 flights.
The air forces of the Czech Republic, France, Denmark, Italy, Lithuania, Spain, the Netherlands, Australia, Belgium, Romania and Norway are also involved in these flights, making half of the NATO member states involved in the flights to Israel. During this period, in addition to 7 flights by NATO’s own aircraft.
Airports and military bases located in Greece and Cyprus are used the most for these flights as they become advanced bases supporting Israel, followed by Germany and Italy.
Among the airports from which these flights departed, the British Air Force base on the island of Cyprus topped the list, followed by Greece International Airport and Chania International Airport on the island of Crete.
In addition to the U.S. Ramstein Air Base in Germany, Cologne-Bonn International Airport in Germany is also one of the most used airports.
The Italian Air Force’s Pratica di Mare base southwest of Rome is also used, as well as a number of other airfields and air bases.
This analysis only shows military flights from the navigation data on the RadarBox website, as some military aircraft use more sophisticated methods to prevent radar tracking, so the actual number of flights is expected to exceed the observed number.