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List of military aircraft of Sri Lanka

This is a list of aircraft of the Sri Lanka Air Force and the Sri Lanka Navy Fleet Air Arm (FAA).

Contents

  • List of aircraft alphabetically by manufacturer 1
    • A 1.1
    • B 1.2
    • C 1.3
    • D 1.4
    • F 1.5
    • H 1.6
    • I 1.7
    • K 1.8
    • L 1.9
    • M 1.10
    • N 1.11
    • P 1.12
    • S 1.13
    • T 1.14
  • List of Current Aircraft 2
    • Attack and Offensive Support Aircraft 2.1
    • Reconnaissance and Maritime Patrol Aircraft 2.2
    • Transport Aircraft 2.3
    • Attack helicopters 2.4
    • Support and Transport Helicopters 2.5
    • Training Aircraft 2.6
  • Weapons 3
    • Air to Air Missiles 3.1
    • General-Purpose Bombs 3.2
    • Surface to Air Missiles 3.3
    • Air Defense Artillery 3.4
  • Equipment 4
  • Surviving SLAF aircraft 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

List of aircraft alphabetically by manufacturer

A

B

C

D

F

H

I

K

L

M

N

P

S

T

List of Current Aircraft

Attack and Offensive Support Aircraft

Reconnaissance and Maritime Patrol Aircraft

Transport Aircraft

Attack helicopters

Support and Transport Helicopters

Training Aircraft

Weapons

Air to Air Missiles

General-Purpose Bombs

[2]

Surface to Air Missiles

Air Defense Artillery

Equipment

  • INDRA low altitude 2D radar [4]
  • CETC YLC-18 3D Radar.
  • JY-11 Radar low/medium altitude 3D surveillance radar [5]

Surviving SLAF aircraft

Aircraft that have been preserved by the SLAF. A few of these fly but most are held by SLAF Museum.[6]

References

  1. ^ PL-5 SHORT-RANGE AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE, www.sinodefence.com
  2. ^ Surge in Pak arms sale to Sri Lanka worries India, Indianexpress
  3. ^ a b defencenet
  4. ^ http://sundaytimes.lk/080914/Columns/sitreport.html
  5. ^ http://www.isn.ethz.ch/isn/Communities-and-Partners/Partners/Detail/?lng=en&id=88330
  6. ^ Little known museums of Sri Lanka:A rich collection of artefacts

External links

  • Sri Lankan Air Force
  • Little known museums of Sri Lanka:A rich collection of artefact's
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