Armed Forces Overviews
Serbia Armed Forces
Serbia Armed Forces
Serbian Air Force and Air Defence
(Ваздухопловство и противваздухопловна одбрана)

The former Yugoslavia had a staggering number of Gazelles, around 200, Serbia still operates over 30 of them.
Photo:
Rob Hendriks
Batajnica (LYBT)
Rwy: 12L/30R, 12C/30C, 12R/30L
Pos: 44°56'07"N 020°15'27"E
Elev: 265 ft
Air Base Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Badge
204. ВАЗДУХОПЛОВНА БРИГАДА
(204. VB)
101. ловачка авијацијска ескадрила
(101. lae)

Fighter Aviation Squadron
MiG-21UM (NL-16)
MiG-29A (L-18)
MiG-29S
MiG-29UB (NL-18)


252. школско-тренажна авијацијска ескадрила
(252. shtae)

Training Aviation Squadron
G-4 (N-62)
UTVA-75 (V-53)
Lasta 95 (V-54)


138. транспортна авијацијска ескадрила
(138. tae)

Transport Aviation Squadron
An-2
An-26 (T-70)
PA-34-220T
Yak-40


890. мешовита хеликоптерска ескадрила
(890.mhe)

Mixed Helicopter Squadron
SA341 (HI-42, HN-42M)
SA342 (HN-45M, HO-45)
Mi-8T (HT-40)
Mi-17V-5
Nine H145M are on order.
At Batajnica air base Aeronautical Plant "Moma Stanojlović" is carrying out overhaul and upgrades of various aircraft types.

Kraljevo/Ladjevci (LYKV)
Obrva
Rwy: 14/32
Pos: 43°49'04"N 020°35'09"E
Elev: 686 ft
Air Base Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Badge
98. ВАЗДУХОПЛОВНА БРИГАДА
(98. VB)
241. ловачко-бомбардерска авијацијска ескадрила
(241. lbae)

Fighter-Bomber Aviation Squadron
J-2 (J-22, J-22A)
TJ-2 (NJ-22)
RJ-2 (IJ-22)


714. противокловна хеликоптерска ескадрила
(714. phe)

Anti-Armor Helicopter Squadron
SA341 (HI-42, HN-42M, HO-42, HS-42)
SA342 (HN-45M, HO-45)

Five MiG-29s of the original sixteen survived the nineties and became Serbian. These were augmented by second hand examples from Russia. This 18301 however, is one of the original ones!
Photo:
Rob Hendriks
Niš/Konstantin Veliki (LYNI)
Rwy: 11/29
Pos: 43°20'14"N 021°51'13"E
Elev: 648 ft
Air Base Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Badge
98. ВАЗДУХОПЛОВНА БРИГАДА
(98. VB)
119. мешовита хеликоптерска ескадрила
(119. mhe)

Mixed Helicopter Squadron
SA341 (HI-42, HN-42M, HO-42, HS-42)
SA342 (HN-45M, HO-45)
Mi-8T (HT-40)

Serbia acquired the Mi-17V-5 in 2016. Seen here is 12491 operated by 890.mhe at its home base Batajnica.
Photo:
Rob Hendriks
Serbia Armed Forces
Serbian Armed Forces
(Војска Србије)

Batajnica (LYBT)
Rwy: 12L/30R, 12C/30C, 12R/30L
Pos: 44°56'07"N 020°15'27"E
Elev: 265 ft
Organisation Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Badge
Serbian Armed Forces
(Војска Србије)



Teхнички Oпитни Центар
(TOC)

Technical Test Center
G-2A (N-60)
G-4 (N-62)
J-2 (J-22A)
TJ-2 (NJ-22)
Lasta 95 (V-54)
SA342L1 (HO-45)
On August 1, 2006, the VOC (Air Force Test center) was merged into the TOC (Technical Test Center). TOC is subordinated to the Planning and Development Department J-5 of the Armed Forces General Staff.

Serbia Armed Forces
Ministry of Interior
(Mинистарство унутрашњих послова Републике Србије)

Beograd/Nikola Tesla (LYBE)
Rwy: 12/30
Pos: 44°49'06"N 020°18'33"E
Elev: 335 ft
Organisation Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Badge
Ministry of Interior
(Mинистарство унутрашњих послова Републике Србије)



Policija Air Support Unit


AB212
Bell 206B
H145M


Government flight


ERJ135
Falcon 50
Lj31A

Serbia's 'air force one' is this ERJ135BJ; aptly registered YU-SRB.
Photo:
Yannick van Praag
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