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Series Code Name Type Year Active Series Code RAAF Army Navy Other
2 A80 Sikorsky S-51 Dragonfly Helicopter 1947 2 A80 Ensign of the Royal Australian Air Force.svg R
2 A91 Bristol Sycamore Helicopter 1951 2 A91 Ensign of the Royal Australian Air Force.svgR Naval Ensign of Australia.svgN
3 A2 Bell UH-1 Iroquois Helicopter 1962 3 A2 Ensign of the Royal Australian Air Force.svgR Flag of Australia.svgA Naval Ensign of Australia.svgN
Westland Scout Helicopter 1963 Naval Ensign of Australia.svgN
Bell Kiowa Helicopter 1971 Y Flag of Australia.svgA Naval Ensign of Australia.svgN
3 A1 Bell Sioux Helicopter 1960 3 A1 Ensign of the Royal Australian Air Force.svgR Flag of Australia.svgA
Westland Wessex Helicopter 1963 Naval Ensign of Australia.svgN
3 A15 Boeing-Vertol Chinook Helicopter 1974 3 A15 Ensign of the Royal Australian Air Force.svgR Flag of Australia.svgA
Westland Sea King Helicopter 1975 Y Naval Ensign of Australia.svgN
3 A22 Aerospatiale Squirrel Helicopter 1984 Y 3 A22 Ensign of the Royal Australian Air Force.svgR Flag of Australia.svgA Naval Ensign of Australia.svgN
3 A25 Sikorsky S-70A Blackhawk Helicopter 1988 Y 3 A25 Ensign of the Royal Australian Air Force.svgR Flag of Australia.svgA
Sikorsky S-70B Seahawk Helicopter 1988 Y Naval Ensign of Australia.svgN
Sikorsky S-76A Helicopter
Kaman SH-2G(A) Seasprite Helicopter 2001 Y Naval Ensign of Australia.svgN
3 A38 Eurocopter Tiger Helicopter 2005 Y 3 A38 Flag of Australia.svgA
3 MRH-90 Helicopter 3 Flag of Australia.svgA Naval Ensign of Australia.svgN





Australian Flying Corps 1913 - 1920[edit]

An Australian Mirage III-D in 1988

Fighters and fighter-bombers:[edit]

Bombers:[edit]

Maritime[edit]

Army Cooperation:[edit]

Trainers:[edit]

A CAC Wirraway
RAAF Pilatus PC-9 trainer
RAAF Sikorsky S76a SAR

Helicopters:[edit]

Reconnaissance and intelligence[edit]

Liaison/Communications[edit]

Transport and utility:[edit]

An Australian B-707 in 2006

Prototypes[edit]

  • Avro 707A: (Delta-wing research aircraft): 1956 only
  • GAF Pika: (Piloted prototype of the Jindivik target drone): 1950 - 1954
  • Wackett Widgeon: 1927 - 1933
  • Wackett Warrigal: 1927 - 1933

Captured enemy aircraft[edit]

Missiles[edit]

Drones/RAV[edit]

  • GAF Jindivik target drone (RAAF, RAN)



Omitted from list: various short-term and experimental types, one-off models, civil types impressed into short-term emergency wartime service. Types marked RAN operated by the Royal Australian Navy Fleet Air Arm. Categorisation is arbitrary, and dependent on the primary practical use of the type, not its design use. For example, the F-4 Phantom, though designed as a fighter and used as such overseas, served in the RAAF only as a bomber and is listed accordingly.