Armed Forces Overviews
Cambodia
Cambodia
Battambang (VDBG)
Rwy: 07/25
Pos: 13°05'44"N 103°13'28"E
Elev: 59 ft
Squadrons Aircraft types Badge
None
Despite the fact that no squadron is permanently based here, Battambang air base is also used by the Cambodian Air Force

The air force operates a handful of L-39C trainers.
Photo: Dick Lohuis
Phnom Penh (VDPP)
Rwy: 05/23
Pos: 11°32'48"N 104°50'39"E
Elev: 40 ft
Squadrons Aircraft types Badge
Reconnaissance squadron P92 Echo
Transport squadron Y-12
BN-2A-21
MA60
Helicopter squadron Mi-8(S)
Mi-17
Mi-26
Z-9
Z-9WZ
Fighter squadron L-39C
MiG-21bis (std)
MiG-21UM (std)
Councel of Ministry VIP squadron A320
AS350B
EC135
Mi-17
Z-9 (H425)
Z-9WE
The old name for this airbase is Pochentong airbase

Cambodja operates two examples of the heaviest and most powerful helicopters in the world. The Mi-26 can carry up to 20 tons of cargo. By 2009 the XU-268 serial was militarised by changing into MH268.
Photo: Dick Lohuis
Siem Reap (VDSR)
Rwy: 05/23
Pos: 13°24'39"N 103°48'44"E
Elev: 60 ft
Squadrons Aircraft types Badge
None
Despite the fact that no squadron is permanently based here, Siem-Reap air base is also used by the Cambodian Air Force.

Mid 2012 the airforce received a major boost when two Modern Ark 60s were delivered. Siem Reap is often used for training.
Photo: Glenn Palmer
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