Slovenia's Air Force One is this Falcon 2000, based at Ljubljana.

(Geneva, Oct 2020, Robert Ehrenstein)

One of the 8 AB412 of the Slovenian Air Force These helicopters are used for ground support, They are equipped with a 7.62mm MAG machine gun and a seven-barrel unguided rocket launcher for combat operations.

(Kecskemet, August 2013, Manolito Jaarsma)

Cerklje ob Krki (LJCE)

RWY 09/27     POS 45°53'60"N 015°31'49"E     ELEV 510 ft

Wing Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Badge
15 Polk Vojaškega Letalstva (PVL)
15 Military Aviation Regiment
Letalska Šola
Flight School
Bell 206
Zlin 143L
Zlin 242L


151 Helikopterska eskadrilja (HEESK)
151 Helicopter Squadron
Bell 412SP
Bell 412EP
AS532AL


152 Letalska eskadrilja (LEESK)
152 Aviation Squadron
L-410UVP
PC-6B
PC-9M

In 1997 Slovenia placed an order for nine PC-9M Hudournik – "Swift". This variant can hold rocket launchers under its wings

(air to air, March 2013, Frank Noort)

The four Bell206 Helicopters of the Slovenian Air Force carry an interesting range of serial numbers. One has a military kind of serial; H1-21, the rest have an S5- registration. Here the S5-HKM during an air to air photoshoot.

(air to air, March 2013, Stephan van den Krommenacker)

Ljubljana/Brnik (LJLJ) Jože Pučnik

RWY 13/31     POS 46°13'25"N 014°27'27"E     ELEV 1273 ft

Wing Squadron Aircraft Type(s) Badge
15 Polk Vojaškega Letalstva (PVL)
15 Military Aviation Regiment
151 Helikopterska eskadrilja (HEESK)
151 Helicopter Squadron
Bell 412SP
Bell 412EP
AS532AL


152 Letalska eskadrilja (LEESK)
152 Aviation Squadron
Falcon 2000EX
L-410UVP

A line up with the various types in use by the Slovenian Air Force. From back to forth. a Zlin143L then a PC-9M, a PC-6 and the one L-410UVP-E.

(Ljubljana, March 2013, Frank Noort)

The Slovenian Army currently has four Cougar helicopters in use. They are used to transport infantry to the battlefield, but they are also very suitable for extinguishing fires, as they can carry a bag with 3,500 liters of water, and they also prove themselves in more demanding rescue tasks.

(air to air, March 2013, Stephan van den Krommenacker)

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