Air Services

Thailand

Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) / Kong Thap Akat Thai

Founded 2nd November 1913, the Royal Thai Air Force (กองทัพอากาศไทย) is the air force of the Kingdom of Thailand,

and part of the Royal Thai Armed Forces.

Saab JAS 39 Gripen

JAS 39C 70112 @ LIMA 2017
JAS 39C 70112 @ LIMA 2017
JAS 39C 70112 @ LIMA 2017
JAS 39C 70106 & 70112 @ LIMA 2017

Lockheed C-130H-30 Hercules

60111 @ LIMA 2017
60112 @ LIMA 2017
60111 @ LIMA 2017
60112 @ LIMA 2017

ATR72-212A

60316 @ LIMA 2017
60316 @ LIMA 2017

Airbus A340-541

60204 of 602 Royal Flight Squadron - military side of Don Muang Airport, Bangkok viewed from the civil Terminal

Sukhoi SSJ100-95LR Superjet

60206, 60207 & 60208 of 602 Royal Flight Squadron - on the military side of Don Muang Airport, Bangkok viewed from the civil Terminal

Aero L-39ZA/ART

KhF1-40/40 / '40115' - preserved at the Royal Thai Air Force Museum, Bangkok 2019

Boeing 737

737-4Z6; 737-8Z6; 737-448

737-2Z6 L11-1/26 / 22-212 - preserved at the Royal Thai Air Force Museum, Bangkok 2019

Dassault Dornier Alpha Jet A

J7-19/44 / '23144' - preserved at the Royal Thai Air Force Museum, Bangkok 2019

General Dynamics F-16A/B

F-16A 79-0324 / '10200' - preserved at the Royal Thai Air Force Museum, Bangkok 2019

IAI Arava 201

TL7-1/22 / ‘40204’ - preserved at the Royal Thai Air Force Museum, Bangkok 2019

Northrop F-5T/E Tigris

Kh18Kh-34/24 / '21134 / 91707' - preserved at the Royal Thai Air Force Museum, Bangkok 2019
Kh18Kh-19/24 / '21119 / 91682' - preserved at the Royal Thai Air Force Museum, Bangkok 2019

Pilatus PC-9

F19.06 - preserved at the Royal Thai Air Force Museum, Bangkok 2019

NZAI CT/4A

F16.20/18 / ‘60422’ - preserved at the Royal Thai Air Force Museum, Bangkok 2019

Bell UH-1H Iroquois

H6k-1/19 - preserved at the Royal Thai Air Force Museum, Bangkok 2019

also

Airbus A319, Airbus A310, Basler BT-67, Diamond DA42, Fairchild AU-23A Peacemaker, Learjet 35A, Saab 340 S-100B Argus

Bell 412, Sikorsky S-92, Eurocopter EC725


Royal Thai Navy (RTN) / Kong Thap Ruea Thai

Founded 8th April 1887, The Royal Thai Navy (กองทัพเรือไทย) is the naval force of the Kingdom of Thailand

and part of the Royal Thai Armed Forces.

Embraer ERJ135LR

HS-NVA / 2112 @ LIMA 2017
HS-NVA / 2112 @ LIMA 2017

also

Dornier Do 228, Fokker F.27-200/400, Lockheed P-3T/UP-3T Orion, Canadair CL-215, NAX Seaplane, GAF N.24A Normad, Airbus H145M, AgustaWestland Super Lynx 300, Bell 212, Bell 214ST, Sikorsky S-76B, Sikorsky SH-70B Seahawk, Sikorsky MH-60S Knighthawk,


Royal Thai Army / Kong Thap Bok Thai

Founded 8th May 1874, the Royal Thai Army (กองทัพบกไทย) is the army of Thailand, responsible for protecting its sovereignty and national interests, and is the oldest and largest branch of the Royal Thai Armed Forces.

Embraer ERJ135LR

1124 - on the military side of Don Muang Airport, Bangkok viewed from the civil Terminal

AgustaWestland AW139

High over Bangkok in 2019

also

AgustaWestland AW149, Bell AH-1F Huey Cobra, Bell UH-1H Iroquois, Bell 212, Bell 206 Jet Ranger, Boeing AH-6, Enstrom 480B,

Eurocopter Fennec AS550 C3, Eurocopter UH-72A Lakota, Eurocopter EC145, Kamov Ka-32A1, Mil Mi-17-V5, Robinson R44,

Schweizer S-300C, Sikorsky UH-60L/M Blackhawk,


Royal Thai Police / Tamruat Haeng Chat

Founded in 1860, the Royal Thai Police are the national police force of Thailand, and are sometimes recognised as the fourth branch of the Royal Thai Armed Forces.

Bell 412EP

2601 - High over Bangkok in 2019

Bell 412EPi

2613 - High over Bangkok in 2019

also

Don Muang Airport, Bangkok: Be300, CN235M-200, CN235-220M, Da2000S, Fokker 50,

Ram Inthara Road, Bangkok: Bell 212, Bell 412SP, AS365 N3+, UH-1H, Bell 206B/L, Bell 429, EC155B-1, H175

Other stations: Bell 205A-1, Bell 206B, Bell 212, Bell 429

See also Royal Thai Air Force Museum for former aircraft