List of Hawker Hunter operators

List of Hawker Hunter operators

The following is a list of units using the Hawker Hunter fighter aircraft.

Operators

flag|Abu Dhabi

BEL

*Belgian Air Force (112 x F4, 144 x F6)

CHI

DNK

flag|Iraq|1963

IND

;Indian Air Force
*No. 7 Squadron "The Battle-Axes"
*No. 14 Squadron "The Bulls"
*No. 17 Squadron "The Golden Arrows"
*No. 20 Squadron "The Lightnings" - The Unit also flew the Hunters in a nine-aircraft formation aerobatic team rechristened "The Thunderbolts"
*No. 27 Squadron "The Flaming Arrows"
*No. 37 Squadron "The Black Panthers"
*Operational Conversion Unit (OCU) "The Young 'Uns" - This unit was briefly redesignated as No. 122 (Ad Hoc) Squadron IAF during the 1971 War.

*No. 2 Target Tug Unit "The Banners"

JOR

KEN

KWT

LBN

Lebanon received 12 aircraft, up to four are operational now.

NLD

OMN

PER

The Peruvian Air Force received 16 Hunter F.52 in 1956 and 1 Hunter T.62 in 1960. They equipped the 12th Fighter Group based in Talara, near the border with Ecuador. The last Peruvian Hunters were withdrawn from service in 1980. [John Andrade, "Latin-American Military Aviation", (Leicester: Midland Counties Publications, 1982), p. 239.]

QAT

flag|Rhodesia

;Royal Rhodesian Air Force
* No. 1 Squadron

SAU

SIN

*140 Sqn "The Ospreys" of the Republic of Singapore Air Force operated a total of 46 Hunters (12 x FGA.74s, 26 x FR.74A/Bs & 8 x T.75/As, excluding one T.75A which was lost in accident before delivery) from 1970 to 1990, only 6 were preserved as museum exhibits while the remaining 21 airworthy airframes were sold to an Australian Warbird broker. [cite web |url= http://www.wingweb.co.uk/aircraft/Hawker_Hunter_in_service.html |title= Hawker Hunter In British & Foreign Service |publisher= www.wingweb.co.uk/ |accessdate= 2008-09-25]

SOM

SWE

;Royal Swedish Air Force
* F 8 Barkarby
* F 9 Säve
* F 10 Ängelholm
* F 18 Tulling (home base to Acro Hunters display team)

SUI

UK

;Royal Air Force
*"Black Knights" aerial display team, 4 aircraft of No 54 Squadron
*Black Arrows aerial display team, all black aircraft of No. 111 Squadron
*The Blue Diamonds aerial display team 16 blue-painted Hunters of 92 Squadron
*No. 1 Squadron
*No. 2 Squadron
*No. 3 Squadron
*No. 4 Squadron
*No. 8 Squadron
*No. 12 Squadron
*No. 14 Squadron
*No. 19 Squadron
*No. 20 Squadron
*No. 26 Squadron
*No. 28 Squadron
*No. 34 Squadron
*No. 41 Squadron
*No. 43 Squadron
*No. 45 Squadron
*No. 54 Squadron
*No. 58 Squadron
*No. 56 Squadron
*No. 63 Squadron
*No. 65 Squadron
*No. 66 Squadron
*No. 67 Squadron
*No. 71 Squadron
*No. 74 Squadron
*No. 79 Squadron
*No. 92 Squadron
*No. 93 Squadron
*No. 98 Squadron
*No. 111 Squadron
*No. 112 Squadron
*No. 118 Squadron
*No. 130 Squadron
*No. 208 Squadron
*No. 222 Squadron
*No. 234 Squadron
*No. 245 Squadron
*No. 247 Squadron
*No. 257 Squadron
*No. 263 Squadron
* No. 229 Operational Conversion Unit
* No. 233 Operational Conversion Unit
* No. 237 Operational Conversion Unit
* No. 1 Tactical Weapons Unit

;Fleet Air Arm
*No. 736 Naval Air Squadron
*No. 738 Naval Air Squadron
*No. 764 Naval Air Squadron
*Fleet Requirements and Air Direction Unit (Blue Herons)

ZIM

;Air Force of Zimbabwe
* No. 1 Squadron

References

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