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List of Pakistan Air Force Bases

Pakistan Air Force

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This is a list of air bases of the Pakistan Air Force. There are a total of 17 air bases, which are classified into two categories: flying bases and non-flying bases. Flying bases are operational bases from which aircraft operate during peacetime and wartime; whereas non-flying bases conduct either training, administration, maintenance, or mission support.[1]

Flying bases

Air Base[1] Location Command Wing Squadron Aircraft
PAF Base Mushaf Sargodha Central Air Command No. 38 (Multi-Role) Wing No. 9
No. 11 OCU
No. 24
CCS F-7
CCS Mirage
No. 82
F-16 A/B
F-16 A/B
Falcon 20 F/G
F-7P
Mirage 5PA
Alouette III
ZDK-03 AEW&C Karakoram Eagle Aircraft
PAF Base Masroor Karachi Southern Air Command No. 32 (Fighter Ground Attack) Wing No. 2
No. 7
No. 8
No. 22 OCU
No. 84
F-7P
Mirage-IIIEA ROSE-I
Mirage 5PA2/3
Mirage IIIDE,5-EF
Alouette III
PAF Base Shahbaz Jacobabad No. 2 (Multi-Role) Wing No. 5 F-16C/D Block 52+
PAF Base Rafiqui Shorkot Central Air Command No. 34 (Tactical Attack) Wing
No. 15
No. 20
No. 27
No. 83
Mirage IIIEP/RP
Mirage III
F-7PG
Mirage ROSE-III
Alouette III
PAF Base Peshawar Peshawar Northern Air Command, Headquarters No. 36 (Tactical Attack) Wing No. 16 OCU
No. 26
No. 81
JF-17
JF-17
Alouette III
PAF Base M.M. Alam Mianwali Northern Air Command No. 37 (Combat Training) Wing No. 1 FCU
No. 18 OCU
No. 19 OCU
No. 86
K-8P
F-7P, FT-7P
F-7P, FT-7P
Alouette III
PAF Base Minhas Kamra Northern Air Command No. 33 (Fighter/Multi-Role) Wing

AEW&C
No. 14
No. 25
No. 26
No. 13
F7P
Mirage 5 ROSE-II
JF-17
Saab 2000 AEW&C
PAF Base Samungli Quetta Southern Air Command No. 31 Air Superiority Wing No. 17
No. 23
No. 85
F-7PG
F-7PG
Alouette III
PAF Base Nur Khan Rawalpindi Northern Air Command No. 35 (Composite Air Transport) Wing No. 6
No. 10
No. 12

No. 41
C-130
B707
IL-78 MRTT
Phenom 100,A-310,Gulf Stream IV
Cessna, Beech,Y-12 and various other
PAF Base Faisal Karachi Southern Air Command, Headquarters No. 21 C-130
Pakistan Air Force Academy Risalpur Air Headquarters T-37
K-8
Mushshak

Non-flying bases

Air Base[1] Location Command
PAF Base Korangi Creek Karachi Southern Air Command
PAF Base Malir Karachi Southern Air Command
PAF Base Kohat Kohat Northern Air Command
PAF Base Lahore Lahore Central Air Command, Headquarters
PAF Base Thingi Vehari Central Air Command, Headquarters
PAF Base Sakesar Sakesar Central Air Command
PAF Base Lower Topa Murree Northern Air Command
PAF Base Kalabagh Nathia Gali Northern Air Command


References

  1. ^ a b c "PAF Active Bases" PAF Official Website, accessed 28 February, 2010

External links

  • Air Bases of PAF at fas.org
  • PAF Falcons - Battle Lines of the PAF
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