I'm writing a story about the pilot of the Austrian Air Force, who uses his Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft for unintended purposes. In scope of another question we figured out that by turning off the transponder the pilot could make the aircraft invisible for the cooperative surveillance.
However, the primary radars detect a flying object regardless of whether it responds or not. This means that if a pilot of a Eurofighter turns off the transponder, civilian ATCs wouldn't see his plane, but he would remain visible for the military ones.
I assume that there are "blind spots", i. e. areas where primary radars can't detect aircraft. I believe this to be true because if primary radars covered 100 % of the airspace, the location of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 would be known.
Where exactly are these blind spots (if any) in Austria (areas in which primary radars of the Austrian Air Force would not detect flying objects) ?
I'm looking for a map like this for Austria: