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Italian Coast Guard Air Service

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Italian Coast Guard Air Service

The Italian Coast Guard Air Service (It: Servizio Aereo della Guardia Costiera) was established in 1989 by the Corps of the Port Captaincies – Coast Guard.

List of Italian Coast Guard aircraft and helicopters

Aircraft Origin Type Picture Versions In service[1] Notes
AgustaWestland AW139 search and rescue AW139 4 MM81741 11-01 (cn 31293)
MM81747 11-02 (cn 31303)
MM81748 11-03 (cn 31313)
MM81749 11-04 (cn 31329)
Agusta-Bell AB412 search and rescue Delivered 4 AB412SP and 6 AB412HP 9 AB412SP:
MM81382 9-01 (cn 25616)
MM81383 9-02 (cn 25627)
MM81384 9-03 (cn 25628)
MM81385 9-04 (cn 25639)
AB412HP:
MM81473 9-05 (cn 25718)
MM81474 9-06 (cn 25719)
MM81476 9-08 (cn 25721)
MM81511 9-09 (cn 25722)
MM81512 9-10 (cn 25723)
Piaggio P.166 maritime patrol P.166DL3 2 Delivered 2 P-166 and 12 P-166DL3
Piaggio P.180 maritime patrol P.180 Avanti II 1 MM62274 12-01 (cn 1205)
ATR 42
maritime patrol ATR42MP 3 ATR42-420MP:
MM62170 10-01 (cn 466)
MM62171 10-02 (cn 615)
ATR42-500MP:
MM62270 10-03 (cn 803)

References

  1. ^ http://www.guardiacostiera.it/mezzi/
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