The British Air Base on the island of Cyprus topped the most airports from which these flights took off (Al-Jazeera - Radar Box)
Analysis of navigational data showed that a number of NATO countries made more than 160 military flights to Israel between October 7 and November 27, including transport, reconnaissance, and refueling flights.
Data obtained by Sanad in Al Jazeera from Radar Box shows that US Air Force aircraft made more than 35 flights, the Canadian, British and Polish Air Forces about 20 each, and the German Air Force more than 15 flights.
U.S. Air Force aircraft made more than 35 flights (Al Jazeera – Radar Box)
The flights that reached Israel were also attended by the air forces of the Czech Republic, France, Denmark, Italy, Lithuania, Spain, the Netherlands, Australia, Belgium, Romania and Norway, making half of the NATO member states participating in the flights that arrived in Israel during this period, in addition to 7 flights of NATO aircraft itself.
Airports and military bases in Greece and Cyprus were the most frequent users on these flights, serving as an advanced base for support for Israel, followed by Germany and Italy.
The British air base on the island of Cyprus topped the most departures from these flights, followed by Greece International Airport and Chania International Airport in Crete.
Germany's Cologne-Bonn International Airport was one of the most used airports, along with the U.S. Ramstein Air Base in Germany.
The Italian Air Force's Pratica di Mare base southwest of Rome, and a number of other airports and air bases were also used.
This analysis only shows military flights in navigational data on the Radar Box website, where the real number of flights is expected to exceed the observed figures, as some military aircraft use more sophisticated methods to prevent radar tracking them.
The real number of flights is expected to exceed the observed numbers (Al Jazeera - Radar Box)
Source : Al Jazeera