Estonian plane suspected of violating Finnish airspace

The Estonian plane is suspected of violating Finnish airspace, the Finnish Defense Ministry reports.
“An Estonian training fighter is suspected of violating Finnish airspace in the Gulf of Finland south of Utö (a small island in the Baltic Sea),” the statement said.
The alleged violation occurred on Monday afternoon, November 1, and lasted for about two minutes.
The border service is investigating the incident and will inform about it in more detail when the investigation is completed, the Defense Ministry said.
Earlier, on September 7, it was reported that the Finnish Defense Ministry suspected a French plane of violating the airspace in the Gulf of Finland.