Air Services

Mexico

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.

Trainers

Beechcraft T-6C+ Texan II

ANX-1312

ANX-1312

also:

Zlin Z-242L, Lancair IV-P Super ES

Transport

Airbus CN-295W

ANX-1255

ANX-1255

Learjet LJ31A

ANX-1205

ANX-1205

ANX-1206

ANX-1206

also:

Bombardier Dash DH-8, Turbo 980 Commander, Beechcraft King Air 350ER

Reconnaissance and Intelligence

CASA C-212-400, CASA CN-235MP 300, King Air 350 (MPA)

Helicopters

Airbus Helicopters H225M Super Cougar

ANX-2240 (ex- XC-EMP)

ANX-2240 (ex- XC-EMP)

ANX-2241 (ex- XC-FAM)

ANX-2241 (ex- XC-FAM)

Eurocopter AS565MBe Panther

ANX-2156

ANX-2156

Sikorsky UH-60M Blackhawk

ANX-2306

ANX-2306

also:

Eurocopter Fennec AS555AF, MD Helicopters MD 500, Mil Mi-17IV/V5, MD Helicopters MD-902 Explorer, Schweizer 333

All photographs taken @ FAMEX 2019 (24th - 27th April)

Base Aérea Militar No. 1, Santa Lucía, Mexico


(unless otherwise stated)