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List of active Bulgarian military aircraft

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List of active Bulgarian military aircraft

This is a list of active aircraft currently in service with both the Air Force and the Navy in Bulgaria.

Former aircraft of the BAF/BN can be found in the list of former Bulgarian military aircraft.

Bulgarian Air Force

Current inventory

Type Origin Role Introduced In service Notes
MiG-21bis Soviet Union Fighter 3[1]
MiG-29 Russia Multirole 15[1]
Sukhoi Su-25UBK Russia Attack 12[1]
Antonov An-30 Russia Patrol 1[1]
Airbus A319 France Transport 1[2] VIP transport
Falcon 2000 France Transport 1[2] VIP transport
Pilatus PC-12 Switzerland Transport / utility 1[1]
Alenia C-27J Spartan Italy Transport 3[1]
Eurocopter AS532 Cougar France Transport 12[1] Helicopter. 2 on order[1]
Mil Mi-17 Russia Transport 4[1] Helicopter.
Bell 206 JetRanger United States Utility 2[1] Helicopter.
Aero L-39ZA Albatros Czechoslovakia Trainer 3[1] Jet.
Pilatus PC-9 Switzerland Trainer 5[1]
Bell 206 JetRanger United States Trainer 4[1] 2 on order[1]

Bulgarian Navy

Type Origin Role Introduced In service Notes
AS565 France utility / SAR 3[1] Helicopter


A MiG-29 taxis back to its hangar
Bulgaria's Presidential flight
A Bulgarian Mi-17 on lift off

See also


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o
  2. ^ a b
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