Aviation enthusiasts EGXWinfo Group have posted an audio clip online, which they claim to be a recording of an RAF pilot trying to make contact with the Latvian plane.
In it, the pilot warns that the plane will be shot down if it does not follow his instructions.
To hear the warning from the RAF "....if you do not respond to my orders immediately you will be shot down" visit http://t.co/aAKjoECAbq
The Ministry of Defence refused to confirm or deny whether the audio was genuine.
Audio from SoundCloud/The EGXWinfo Group
The sonic boom created by two RAF Typhoon jets scrambled to escort a Latvian jet has been captured on CCTV in East Sussex.
The sound was picked up by a camera at the home of Iain Dodsworth in Crowborough.
He tweeted: "Thought it was the house collapsing".
Footage credit: Iain Dodsworth
The skies above Surrey said a final farewell to an iconic part of aviation history today. The world famous VC10 is a British-built aircraft that was the preferred choice for Margaret Thatcher and the Royal Family - and today it took off for the final time from Brize Norton. Simon Harris reports.
The Royal Air Force gave the VC10 a fitting send off today as the aircraft completed the final mission after more than 50 years of military service. The long-serving VC10 is being replaced by Britain's largest ever military aircraft, the Voyager.
One of the last Vickers VC10 aircraft, which are being retired, will make its final journey today as it flies into Dunsfold airfield near Weybridge in Surrey to become part of the Brooklands Museum.
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