Armed Forces Overviews
Indonesian Air Force
Indonesian Air Force
Tentara Nasional Indonesia Angkatan Udara
Komando Operasi Angkatan Udara I

(KOOPSAU I)

The prime air defence (Tempur Sergap) fighter of the TNI-AU is the Su-27/Su-30 Flanker, here represented by the first Su-27SK. Between September 2003 and September 2013, sixteen Flankers were received by 11 Squadron where they replaced the A-4E Skyhawk.
Photo: TNI-AU
Bogor/Atang Senjaya (WIAJ)
Rwy: 02/20 (grass)
Pos: 06°32'23"S 106°45'19"E
Elev: 558 ft
Wing Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name / Motto Badge
Wing Udara 4

Skadron Udara 6 NAS332C1
Angsa Terbang


Skadron Udara 8 SA330J
NSA330L
NSA330SM
H225M
Gajah Terbang

Jakarta/Halim Perdana Kusuma (WIHH)
Rwy: 06/24
Pos: 06°15'46"S 106°53'16"E
Elev: 85 ft
Wing Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name / Motto Badge
Wing Udara 1

Skadron Udara 2 CN235-100/220M
C295M
Kuda Terbang


Skadron Udara 17 B737-2Q8/4U3/BBJ2
F28-1000
F28-3000/R
L100-30
C-130H-30
Kereta Kencana


Skadron Udara 31 L100-30
C-130H-30


Skadron Udara 45 AS332L2
NAS332L1-VIP/VVIP

The Indonesian Republic uses this B737 BBJ A-001 as "air force one".
Photo:
Gert-Jan Mentink
Kalijati/Suryadarma (WIIK)
Rwy: 09/27 (grass)
Pos: 06°31'56"S 107°39'37"E
Elev: 361 ft
Wing Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name / Motto Badge
Wing Udara 4

Skadron Udara 7 EC120B
Bell 47G-3B-1
Kuda Sembrani


Skadron Udara 9 H225M from 2019?

Pekanbaru/Roesmin Nurjadin (WIBB)
Rwy: 18/36
Pos: 00°27'45"N 101°26'36"E
Elev: 138ft
Wing Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name / Motto Badge
Wing Udara 6

Skadron Udara 12 Hawk Mk109
Hawk Mk209
Panther Hitam


Skadron Udara 16 F-16C
F-16D
SkU16 was activated on 3 December 2014.

When eight F-16As and four F-16Bs replaced the OV-10s with 3 Squadron from 1989, they were by far the most modern aircraft in TNI-AU service. The fleet was augmented by 24 upgraded ex-USAF F-16C/D-52IDs, enabling SkU16 to be equipped with them too.
Photo:
Jonathan Verschuuren
Pontianak/Supadio (WIOO)
Rwy: 15/33
Pos: 00°08'53"S 109°24'10"E
Elev: 10 ft
Wing Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name / Motto Badge
Wing Udara 7

Skadron Udara 1 Hawk Mk109
Hawk Mk209
Elang Khatulistiwa


Skadron Udara 51 Aeronautics Aerostar TUAV
CAIG Wing Loong MALE UAV (o/o)

The main tactical fighter (Tempur Taktis) force is formed by 1 Squadron and 12 Squadron which received forty Hawks from May 1996. They replaced the Bronco with 1 Squadron and the Skyhawk with 12 Squadron. Seven were lost, so seven Hawk Mk109s and 26 Hawk Mk209s remain in service.
Photo: Julius AS
Indonesian Air Force
Tentara Nasional Indonesia Angkatan Udara
Komando Operasi Angkatan Udara II

(KOOPSAU II)

Madiun/Iswahjudi (WIAR)
Rwy: 17L/35R, 17R/35L
Pos: 07°36'36"S 111°26'02"E
Elev: 361 ft
Wing Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name / Motto Badge
Wing Udara 3

Skadron Udara 3 F-16A
F-16B
F-16C
F-16D
Elang Biru


Skadron Udara 14 F-5E (stored)
F-5F (stored)
Macan Terbang


Skadron Udara 15 T-50i
Skadron Udara 14 grounded its fleet of F-5E/Fs by 31 May 2016. They are most likely to be replaced by the Su-35.

Sixteen EMB314 Super Tucano close air support aircraft were delivered from 2014 to 2016.
Photo:
Marco Pennings
Malang/Abdulrachman Saleh (WIAS)
Rwy: 17/35, 17L/35R
Pos: 07°55'36"S 112°42'50"E
Elev: 1726 ft
Wing Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name / Motto Badge
Wing Udara 2

Skadron Udara 4 NC212M-100
NC212M-200


Skadron Udara 21 EMB-314


Skadron Udara 32 C-130B
KC-130B
C-130H

Not the sexiest aircraft but the Ce182 is used to good effect by the Air Force Academy.
Photo:
Erwin van Dijkman
Ujung Pandang/Hasanuddin (WAAA)
Rwy: 13/31
Pos: 05°03'44"S 119°33'14"E
Elev: 47 ft
Wing Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name / Motto Badge
Wing Udara 5

Skadron Udara 5 B737-2X9
CN235-220-MPA


Skadron Udara 11 Su-27SK
Su-27SKM
Su-30MK
Su-30MK2


Skadron Udara 33 C-130H from 2019?

Angkut Intai, or Patrol is the main task of three B737-2X9s received by 5 Squadron from June 1982.
Photo:
Teemu Tuuri
Indonesian Air Force
Tentara Nasional Indonesia Angkatan Udara
TNI-AU Chief of the Air Staff

Jakarta/Pondok Cabe (WIIP)
Pelita
Rwy: 18/36
Pos: 06°20'14"S 106°45'51"E
Elev: 200 ft
Wing Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name / Motto Badge


Federasi Aero Sport Indonesia (FASI) AS202/18A-3
L-4J
Aviat Husky A-1
PZL-104
An-2
Gliders
Most aircraft are based at Pondok Cabe, but some at Halim and Suryadarma. Only a few aircraft, mostly PZL-104s, are operational while the rest are stored all over Indonesia.

The PZL-104 Wilga, or locally known as Gelatic (Rice Bird), was introduced in December 1964. Some 22 were assembled from Polish kits in Bandung, a further seventeen were manufactured locally. Final delivery was in October 1979. Today, a few remain operational as glider tugs with the FASI.
Photo: Wim Das
Kalijati/Suryadarma (WIIK)
Rwy: 09/27 (grass)
Pos: 06°31'56"S 107°39'37"E
Elev: 361 ft
Wing Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name / Motto Badge


SATUD TANI PC-6B
SATUD TANI stands for Satuan Udara Pertanian or Air Force Agricultural Unit.

Indonesian Air Force
Tentara Nasional Indonesia Angkatan Udara
Komando Pembinaan Doktrin, Pendidikan dan Latihan TNI-AU

(KODIKLATAU)

Jogyakarta/Adisucipto (WARJ)
Rwy: 09/27
Pos: 07°47'23"S 110°25'52"E
Elev: 421 ft
Wing Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name / Motto Badge
Wing Pendidikan Terbang

Skadron Pendidikan 101 G 120TP-A


Skadron Pendidikan 102 T-34C (wfu)
KT-1B


Tim Aerobatik 'Jupiter' KT-1B
Akademi Angkatan Udara
(AAU)


Ce172
Ce182
DG-1001
SGU-2-22C
SGS-2-33A
The Jupiter Aerobatic team is part of Skadron Pendidikan 102.

A total of seventeen KAI KT-1B basic trainers (Latih Dasar) were received between June 2003 and 2013. The final ten were assembled by Indonesian Aerospace in Bandung. They are best known of their preformances with the Jupiter aerobatic team.
Photo:
Erwin van Dijkman
Many gliders are in use, both with the aerosport fedeartion FASI as with the Air Force Academy (AAU), SGU-2-22C G-106 is seen here.
Photo:
Erwin van Dijkman
Kalijati/Suryadarma (WIIK)
Rwy: 09/27 (grass)
Pos: 06°31'56"S 107°39'37"E
Elev: 361 ft
Wing Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name / Motto Badge
Wing Pendidikan Terbang

Tim Aerobatik 'Dynamic Pegasus' EC120B

Indonesian Air Force
Tentara Nasional Indonesia Angkatan Udara
President of Indonesia

Bogor/Atang Senjaya (WIAJ)
Rwy: 02/20 (grass)
Pos: 06°32'23"S 106°45'19"E
Elev: 558 ft
Wing Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Name / Motto Badge


BASARNAS AS365N3+
NBo105CB
BASARNAS stands for Badan SAR Nasional or National Search and Rescue Service.

The Badan SAR Nasional, or BASARNAS, operates NBo105s, an AW139 and AS365N3s for SAR duties divided over three TNI-AU and TNI-AL locations.
Photo:
Marco Pennings
After overhaul this C-130H appeared in the stunning legacy colour scheme in lieu of its camouflaged brethren.
Photo:
Dietmar Fenners
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