BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:00 P.M.) – The Syrian military has lost over 110 warplanes during the nearly eight-year-long conflict inside Syria, Statista Charts (Twitter: @StatistaCharts) reported this week.

According to Statista Charts, the Syrian military lost a  total of 111 warplanes during the wars, including their reconnaissance and attack drones.

Photo credit: Statista Charts

Furthermore, as the graph above shows, the Russian Air Force lost 17 warplanes, Israel and the United States lost four each, Iran and Turkey lost three each, and Jordan lost one.

The Syrian military lost most of their aircraft during the first four years of the war, while the previously mentioned air forces lost most of their warplanes over the last five years.

Since the Russian military entered the war, the Syrian Air Force has suffered less aircraft losses, which is due in large part to the delivery of new warplanes from Moscow.

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Omar Chaudhry
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I think these numbers of the Syrian losses are ridiculously high. Furthermore, it’s worth mentioning that the majority of the planes (including drones and reconnaissance ones) were destroyed after some airbases fell to the Takfiri khavarij and/or opposition forces.

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Thus loss conditions and types of aircraft are not disclosed in the article, making it statistically irrelevant.
Just think that losing a Su-33 or a Mig-29K due to technical failures are terrible for Russian navy considering the small numbers they field.

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Yes it is terrible to lose 4 fighter jets as consecuence of accident ( 1SU33,1Mig29K run out of fuel waiting to land in the aircarrier with a failure of its brakecable, 1 SU30,1SU24 crashed while was taking off) along 4 years 2015-…USA lost 15 fighter jets as consecuence of accidents in just one month during desert storm operation….