Armed Forces Overviews
Cambodia
Cambodia
Although a few Z-9s were imported from China, the Mi-17 remains the main transport helicopter of the Air Force.
Photo: Internet
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 (std)
Z-9
Z-9WZ
Fighter squadron L-39C
MiG-21bis (std)
MiG-21UM (std)
Councel of Ministry VIP squadron A320
AS350B
EC135
Mi-17
The old name for this airbase is Pochentong airbase

Cambodja operated two examples of the heaviest and most powerful helicopters in the world. Both helicopters are now resting on the tarmac at Phnom Penh
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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