Iraqi Air Force القوة الجوية العراقية Aircraft Inventory
Aircraft Type Versions In service Notes
Combat Capable        
Lockheed Martin
F-16 Fighting Falcon
Multirole Fighter Aircraft F-16IQ (C Block 52)
F-16IQ (D Block 52)
0
0
Initial payment for 18 aircraft made September 2011. Follow on order for 18 additional aircraft (36 total) announced December 2011. 
Trainer Aircraft        
Aero L-159 ALCA advance  trainer/ light fighter L-159B 0 Possible sale or oil barter of either 24 or 36 aircraft from Czech surplus.  
Bell 206 JetRanger utility/ training helicopter 206B 10  
Bell 407 conversion training helicopter T-407 3 Utilized as trainer helicopter for the armed versions.
Bell OH-58 Kiowa utility/ training helicopter OH-58C 10 On loan from the US Army
Cessna 172 Skyhawk utility/ basic training 18

Figure is for delivered aircraft

with an option for up to 28 total aircraft

Cessna 208 Caravan utility/ training TC208 5  
Hawker Beechcraft T-6 Texan II training T-6A 15 Figure is for delivered aircraft with an option for up to 20 aircraft.
Ikarus C42 utility/ basic training  unknown

Operated by the Iraqi National

Guard (Peshmerga) of the 

Kurdistan Regional Government

UTVA Lasta 95 basic training/ light attack 20

Delivered between

December 2010 and March 2011.

Transport Aircraft        
Antonov An-32 medium transport An-32B 1 First two aircraft accepted by Iraq in November 2011, first delivered November 18. Five on order. 
Beechcraft King Air 350 light/ VIP transport 350ER 24  
Lockheed C-130 Hercules tactical airlift/ transport C-130E
C-130-J30
3
0
ex-USAF, another six C-130-J30 versions to be delivered.
Reconnaissance Aircraft        
Beechcraft King Air 350 surveillance and reconnaissance 350ISR 10  
Cessna 208 Caravan ground surveillance/ strike RC/AC208 8 Three are Hellfire missile capable
SAMA CH2000 liaison   16  
Seabird SBL-360 Seeker Observation/ liaison SB7L-360A 2 Upgraded with Westar reconnaissance sensors and returned to service in 2009.
Helicopters        
Bell UH-1H Iroquois light-lift utility helicopter Huey II 16 Utilized for medivac/ search and rescue.
Bell Armed 407 reconnaissance/ light attack helicopter IA-407 0 24 helicopters to be delivered by 2011. Option for additional 26 helicopters TBD through 2012.
Eurocopter EC 635 light attack/ utilitiy helicopter 2

24 helicopters to be delivered by 2011.

Option for additional 26 helicopters TBD through 2012.

First deliveries in January 2010.

Aérospatiale SA 342 Gazelle light attack/ utility helicopter SA 342L 6 24 acquired from French excess inventory. First deliveries commenced May 2010. Options placed for up to 50 total.
Mil Mi-17 Hip-H medium-lift transport helicopter Mi-171E
Mi-8T
Mi-17-v5
22
2
16
In addition to fourteen in storage 
The Mi-8T being refurbished under contract in Ukraine.
Unmanned Aerial
Vehicle (UAV)
       
RQ-11 Raven     12  
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Civil and Military airports in Iraq
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NameAddress
Al Taqaddum Air Force Base
, ICAO Code: ORAT, 33° 20' 3" North, 43° 35' 8" East
Baghdad International Airport
, IATA Code: SDA, ICAO Code: ORBI, 33° 15' 8" North, 44° 14' 1" East
Al Taji Army Aerodrome
, ICAO Code: ORTI, 33° 31' 4" North, 44° 15' 4" East
Balad Southeast Air Force Base
, ICAO Code: ORBD, 33° 56' 4" North, 44° 21' 7" East
Al Asad Air Force Base
, ICAO Code: ORAA, 33° 47' 1" North, 42° 26' 5" East
Al Sahra Army Aerodrome
, ICAO Code: ORSH, 34° 40' 4" North, 43° 32' 6" East
Ubaydah Bin Al Jarrah Aerodrome
, ICAO Code: ORUB, 32° 28' 9" North, 45° 45' 4" East
Kirkuk Air Force Base
, IATA Code: KIK, ICAO Code: ORKK, 35° 28' 2" North, 44° 20' 9" East
Qayyarah West Aerodrome
, ICAO Code: ORQW, 35° 46' 0" North, 43° 7' 5" East
Sulaymaniyah International Airport
, IATA Code: OSO, ICAO Code: ORSU, 35° 33' 7" North, 45° 19' 0" East
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