The air forces of Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland have agreed to operate approximately 250 combat aircraft as a single air fleet.

APA reports with reference to "Bloomberg" that the air forces of Finland and Denmark issued a statement about this.

It was reported that the commanders of the Air Forces of Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark signed a declaration of intent on deeper cooperation on March 16.

"The ultimate goal is to be able to operate together seamlessly as a force by developing a Nordic concept for joint air operations based on the already known NATO methodology," the Danish Air Force said.

It was noted that cooperation will include integrated command and control, operational planning and execution, flexible deployment of forces, joint airspace surveillance and training.