Air Services


Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana (FAM)

Formed during the Mexican Revolution in April 1913, initially as the Army's Auxiliary Aerial Militia Squadron (Escuadrilla Aérea de la Milicia Auxiliar del Ejército) and then the Arma de Aviación Militar (Military Aviation Arm) in 1915, the Mexican Air Force is the aerial component of the Mexican Armed Forces.


Pilatus PC-7

AWACS, Reconnaissance & Maritime Patrol

AWACS: Embraer E-99

Maritime Patrol: Embraer R-99

Reconnaissance: Cessna Citation I, King Air, Metroliner IV


CASA C-295M / C-295W

3207 [C-295W] @ FIDAE 2018, Santiago


Boeing 787-8, Boeing 737, C-27J Spartan, C-130H/L/L-100 Hercules, Pilatus PC-6, Super King Air 90/300/350, Turbo Commander


Bell 206, Grob G 120TP, Pilatus PC-7, Pilatus PC-9, SIAI-Marchetti SF.260, T-6C Texan II


Bell 206, Bell 407, Bell 412, Bell UH-1H, Eurocopter EC725, MD500, Mil Mi-8/17, Sikorsky UH-60M

Mexican Naval Aviation / Fuerza AeroNaval (FAN)

The Mexican Naval Aviation / Fuerza AeroNaval (FAN) / 'Naval Air Force', is the naval air arm of the Mexican Navy. The Mexican Navy is divided into two naval fleets; Pacific Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. Mexican Naval aviation can trace its roots back to 1918, when a float biplane was successfully tested at the Port of Veracruz.

Combat aircraft

Valmet L-90 L-90TP, Beechcraft T-6C+ Texan II


Zlin Z-242L, Maule M-7 MX-7-180A


Antonov An-32B, CASA C-295M, Bombardier Dash DH-8, Turbo 980 Commander, Learjet LJ25 / LJ31 / LJ60, Gulfstream IV G450, Beechcraft King Air 350ER

Reconnaissance and Intelligence

CASA C-212-400, CASA CN-235MP 300, Lancair IV-P Super ES Legacy 2000


Bölkow Bo 105 EC-Super Five, Eurocopter Caracal EC-725AP, Eurocopter Fennec AS555AF, Eurocopter Panther AS565MB, MD Helicopters MD 500, Mil Mi-2 Hopite, Mil Mi-17IV/V5, MD Helicopters MD-902 Explorer, Sikorsky UH-60M Blackhawk