Turkey has suspended the flights of its aviation over Syria. This was reported by one of the national newspapers of the country. Reportedly, the decision was made by mutual agreement with Russia that allegedly "stopped conducting air operations near the borders of Turkey."
After Turkey shot down a Russian Sukhoi Su-24 bomber plane above Syria, Russia deployed S-400 air defense system in Syria, thus prompting Turkey not to fly into Syrian airspace. Turkey has reportedly refused from conducting operations as part of the international coalition as Russian air defense systems can now be used against the Turkish Air Force.