German and Norwegian Eurofighter Typhoon jets are currently deployed to the Baltic states. The aircraft started their fourth rotating Baltic airspace defense mission in August.
The three Baltic states comprising Latvia, Estonia and neighboring Lithuania do not possess air patrol capabilities. Since joining NATO in 2004, the three Baltic countries' airspace has been defended by a rotating NATO mission.
NATO's main base in the Baltic region is located at the Zokniai Air Force Base in Latvia, while the Estonian Amari Air Base has been used by the alliance since 2014.