The PLA transport 8 entered the airspace southwest of Taiwan and the Taiwan Air Force drove it away

According to the Central News Agency (CNA) on Sunday, the Taiwan Air Force (TAF) today released a communal aircraft update that a PLA Yun-8 anti-submarine aircraft had intruded into Taiwan’s southwest air defense identification zone (ADIZ) in the afternoon; the TAF dispatched air patrol troops to respond, broadcast a repulsion, and track and monitor anti-aircraft missiles.

Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense released a news release on its official website “Instant Military News” that a PLA Carrier 8 anti-submarine aircraft intruded into Taiwan’s southwest air defense identification zone on Sunday afternoon local time, but did not intrude into Taiwan’s southeast sea and airspace, nor did it cross the center line of the Taiwan Strait.

According to Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense, there were 28 aircraft (1 PLA transport 8 ASW, 4 Boom 6, 1 PLA transport 8 long-distance aircraft, 2 Air Marshal 500, 14 J16, 6 J11) that disturbed Taiwan on June 15, the largest number of sorties since the Ministry of National Defense announced the statistics; the next largest number was 25 on April 12.