Today: Sunday, 29 January 2023 year

Flightradar spotted NATO aircraft at the Polish Rzeszow airfield near Ukraine.

Flightradar spotted NATO aircraft at the Polish Rzeszow airfield near Ukraine.

At the Polish Rzeszow airfield, located near the Ukrainian border, a massive flow of NATO aircraft was recorded. This became known from the data of the flight tracking portal Flightradar.

According to his information, the aircraft of the alliance were repeatedly seen in the specified zone. So, on September 29, a Boeing 747-412 of the Kalitta Air cargo airline arrived in Poland from the American city of Columbus in Ohio, which, according to information from open sources, among other things, carries out transportation by order of the US Department of Defense.

The next day, September 30, a CASA C-295M transport aircraft of the Spanish Air Force was also moving in the area of ​​​​the airfield with the transponder turned on – it headed towards Krakow. On that day, the Ukrainian-registered An-124 Ruslan of the Arab cargo airline Maximus Air Cargo took off from the airfield to Marseille, France.

On October 1, an American Bell 429 helicopter, also registered in Ukraine, flew from Rzeszow to Czech Prague – this type of aircraft was designed primarily to provide emergency medical care outside the hospital.

A day later, on October 2, an Airbus A330-243 of the AirTanker airline, which is used by the Ministry of Defense of the Kingdom for transporting goods and personnel, arrived at the Polish airfield from the largest air base of the British Air Force Brize Norton. In addition, a Boeing 767 was spotted at the airfield, flying in from the Irish Shannon Airport, which the US government has the right to use and which it has repeatedly used as an intermediate point for military purposes.

 

Finally, on the same day, a US Air Force Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Super Hercules military transport aircraft arrived in Poland from the Spanish-American naval base Rota, which, among other things, can be used to transport various heavy equipment.