Media: U.S. "black hawks" flew into Serbian airspace PHOTO

The website "Flight Radar 24" showed a little after noon that one or more transport helicopters of the U.S. Army "Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk" were flying south of Belgrade.
An aircraft or a group of them entered Serbia from Romanian airspace and is moving at a speed of about 250 km/h, Russia Today Balkan reported the telegram of the "Combat Effectiveness" channel.

Bulgaria's Parliament approved a New Contract of 7.2 Million Dollars for the F-16s

Bulgaria's Parliament approved a contract to build a warehouse to store classified equipment and weapons for the F-16 aircraft. The premises will be located at the Graf Ignatievo air base and will cost 7.2 million dollars.

The contract provides for:

Turkey’s F-16 deal with Washington hangs in the balance over Ukraine transfer demand, report says

Washington is considering granting approval for the transfer of F-16 upgrade kits and the sale of 40 new F-16 fighter jets to Turkey, conditional on Turkey agreeing to transfer its existing fleet of older F-16s to Ukraine, broadcaster Haberturk has reported.

China’s first homegrown passenger jet makes maiden commercial flight

China's first domestically produced passenger jet, the C919, took off on its maiden commercial flight on Sunday, a milestone event in the nation's decades-long effort to compete with Western rivals in the air.    

China Eastern Airlines flight MU9191 rose into the skies above Shanghai Hongqiao Airport just after 10:30 a.m., footage from state broadcaster CCTV showed.    

Zelensky attends G7 as Ukraine wins access to F-16s

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky arrived in Hiroshima for talks with the G7 Saturday, after winning long-sought access to advanced US fighter jets and training for Kyiv's pilots.

Zelensky's surprise summit appearance - he had previously been expected to appear by video - came after he welcomed a "historic" White House decision to allow Ukraine to get F-16 jets.