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List of active New Zealand military aircraft

List of active New Zealand military aircraft is a list of military aircraft currently in service with the Armed Forces of New Zealand. For aircraft no longer in service see List of aircraft of the Royal New Zealand Air Force and Royal New Zealand Navy.

Royal New Zealand Air Force

Aircraft Photo Origin Role Version Quantity Note
Beechcraft T-6 Texan II  United States Trainer aircraft 11 11 on order and to be delivered by 2015–2016
AgustaWestland AW109  Italy Light utility helicopter 5 plus one purchased for spares
Beechcraft Super King Air  United States 5 Leased, first delivery 1988.[1]
Bell UH-1 Iroquois  United States UH-1H 13 [2]
Boeing 757  United States Transport 757-200 2 [3]
Kaman SH-2 Seasprite  United States Maritime warfare SH-2G(NZ) 5
Lockheed P-3 Orion  United States Maritime patrol P-3K2 6 Originally delivered from 1966 as P-3Bs, upgraded in the 1990s.[4]
Lockheed C-130 Hercules  United States Tactical transport C-130H 5 [5]
NHIndustries NH90  France Medium transport helicopter TTH 4 Four more on order
PAC CT/4 Airtrainer  New Zealand Basic trainer CT/4E 12 First delivered in 1988[6]

Royal New Zealand Air Force Historic Flight

Aircraft Photo Origin Role Version Quantity Note
de Havilland Tiger Moth  United Kingdom Basic trainer 1
North American Harvard  United States Intermediate trainer 1

See also

References

  1. ^ Beech King Air B200
  2. ^ UH-1H Iroquois
  3. ^ Boeing 757-200
  4. ^ P-3K Orion
  5. ^ C-130H Hercules
  6. ^ CT-4E Airtrainer
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