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Belize Defence Force Air Wing

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Belize Defence Force Air Wing


Aircraft Inventory as of January 26, 2009

Aircraft Origin Type Versions In service[1] Notes
Britten-Norman Defender  United Kingdom Counter-insugency BN-2B-21 2 In service since 1983
Slingsby T-67 Firefly  United Kingdom Trainer T67M-260 1 In service since 1996
Britten-Norman Islander  United Kingdom Utility transport BN-2A 1
Cessna 182J  United States Utility transport 182J 1 In service since 1996
Obsolete Aircraft
Dornier Do 27  Germany Utility transport Do.27 0 1 in service from 1987 to 1990
Beechcraft King Air  United States Utility transport A90 0 1 in service from 2004 to 2006
Ayres Thrush  United States Trainer S-2R 0 3 were in service
Bell UH-1 Iroquois  United States Utility helicopter UH-1 0 1 was in service
Cessna 208 Caravan  United States Utility transport 208 0 1 was in service
Cessna O-2 Skymaster  United States Observation aircraft 337\O-2 0 1 was in service


  1. ^ Aviation Week & Space Technology 2009, 26 January 2009 240. Web.11 August 2009. .
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