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Djibouti Air Force history
Djibouti Air Force history
Djibouti/Ambouli (HDAM)
BA188
Rwy: 09/27
Pos: 11°32'51"N 043°09'34"E
Elev: 49 ft
Force Timeline Aircraft Type(s)
Air Force

27 June 1977 - present N2501F (->87)
SA318C (->85)
MS893-235GT
CeU206G (19Mar80-2Aug17)
AS355F2 (82->)
Ce421C (85-?)
Ce208 (12Oct90->)
Mi-2
Mi-8(T)
An-28
Mi-8MTV
Mi-17
L-410UVP-E20 (May03->)
Mi-24P/V (Mar05->)
Mi-35P (Dec07->)
MA60 (June14->)
Y-12E (24Dec15->)
SA365N


Government

? - present Falcon 20F (july80-July00)
Falcon 50 (Dec87-Apr01)
B727-191 (Apr01-June10)
S-76A (28Nov09->)
B767-216ER (Nov10-Feb11)

N2501F J2-MAC in 1980 is ex FAF 037 and only used for 1 and 1/2 year.
Photo: unknown
Falcon 20F J2-KAC, with the governmental seal below the cockpit, visiting Geneva in August 1985.
Photo: unknown
Mi-8T AM in August 1992. It was later painted in a green/brown camo scheme.
Photo: Philippe Colin
Mi-2 AO is still wearing bort number 20 in February 1994 .
Photo: Philippe Colin
An-28 AT in November 1994 in its original grey c/s before being repainted in green/brown camo.
Photo: Philippe Colin
Cessna 402C J2-MAH on 11 May 2001 at its home-base.
Photo: Dick Lohuis
Sole Cessna U206G J2-MAE was written off in 2017.
Photo: Ambouli, 10 May 2001, Dick Lohuis
Largest Governmental plane ever, B767-216ER J2-KBE, was only used for a short time.
Photo: Pepa T.
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