Mainland DRONE patrol into Matsu “East Airspace”?Taiwan jun: Civil aircraft

2022-04-25 0 By

Mazu Dongyin Island local time on the afternoon of 5 people took a video of an unidentified plane flying low, reported to the Lianjiang County police.According to the Taiwan Army east Command Headquarters, the aircraft is a civilian fixed-wing twin-propeller aircraft, which briefly entered the air above the defense zone and then left, and was closely monitored throughout the whole process.Unidentified plane caught on surveillance camera on top floor of east Lead house.According to the Taipei Times News network and Hong Kong’s China Review News, sources familiar with the matter said that the drone flew from west to east in the afternoon of 5th from west to east at a low altitude all the way over The East Lead Island. After passing the East Lead Island, it immediately climbed quickly and flew to the sea.Because there is no aircraft passing through the area except the airport, and the unidentified plane almost flies along the local terrain, the sound is loud, causing a lot of public concern.It was confirmed that the plane flew low over the east route of Mazu from the mainland coast via the west route, and then pulled up and turned around rapidly, leaving along the original path.The Army Eastern Command issued a press release on The evening of June 6 in response to the discovery of an unidentified aircraft flying over the area at 2:45 PM on May 5, and immediately responded to the situation in accordance with regulations.According to the east Command, after comparison and analysis, the aircraft was a civilian fixed-wing twin-propeller aircraft, which briefly entered the air above the defense area and then left, and was closely monitored throughout the whole process.In addition, the Taiwan military released a movement of PLA aircraft on the evening of June 6. Two Y-8 anti-submarine aircraft entered Taiwan’s “Southwest Air Defense Identification Zone” (ADIZ) during the day.It is reported that during the nine-day lunar New Year holiday, only between February 1, the first day of the Chinese New Year and February 3, the third day of the Chinese New Year, no mainland military aircraft entered the “southwest airspace” of the Taiwan Straits. Until February 6, one to five PLA aircraft entered the “southwest airspace” of the Taiwan Straits every day.According to statistics, 39 sorties of PLA aircraft entered Taiwan’s “southwest airspace” on January 23, the largest number so far this year.(after)