RAF typhoon fighter jets scrambled to intercept Russian warplane off coast of Scotland
RAF Typhoon fighters were scrambled to monitor Russian long-range aircraft which were flying north of Scotland.
The Russian aircraft however turned away as they approached the UK Flight Information Region (FIR), north of the Scottish coast and as such no interception was needed.
The fighters were scrambled from RAF Lossiemouth.
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