|Total Still Active:||3|
|Total Now Stored:||0|
Three LARAF SA.316B Alouette IIIs were left behind by the Libyans after their hasty departure in August 1980. Unfortunately, they had to be put into storage as the Libyans had taken with them all the log books and maintenance records of these machines. On 11 June 1991, the missing documents were formally handed over to Malta, and in 1992 the three Alouettes were then sent abroad for overhaul. Two more Alouettes were acquired from Royal Netherlands Air Force in 1996, although some references describe these as SE3160 variants. Used for Patrol, Search and Rescue and Medical Evacuation duties.
|AS9315||2288||LC-2288||1992||Initially serialled 9H-AAV.|
|AS9211||2295||LC-2295||1992||Initially serialled 9H-AAW.|
|AS9212||2315||LC-2315||1992||Initially serialled 9H-AAX.|
|AS9617||1209||A-209||1996||Initially serialled 9H-ADA. stored Sept 2004|
|AS9618||1399||A-399||1996||Initially serialled 9H-ADB.|
- World Air Power Journal No.9
- European Air Forces Directory 2001/02 (Mach III)
- European Air Forces Directory 2005/06 (Mach III)
- European Air Forces Directory 2012/13 (Mach III)
- Scramble Military Database
To be added.
See other operators of the Aerospatiale Alouette II