Eight Turkish aircraft infringed on Greek national airspace 33 times on Wednesday, the Greek newspaper Kathimerini reported.
Six F-16 fighter jets and two CN-235 transport planes violated Greek airspace, and were identified and intercepted according to international aviation law, according to Kathimerini.
Turkish fighter planes committed 50 new violations of Greek national airspace in one day on July 2, according to the Greek military authorities.
Greece and Turkey dispute territory in the Aegean and Mediterranean seas, where many Greek islands and islets lie just a few kilometres off the Turkish coastline. Military tensions between the two NATO allies have also escalated due to drilling for hydrocarbons around the divided island of Cyprus.