|Secondary Role:||Search and Rescue|
|Parent Unit:||Coast Guard HQ|
Coast Guard Air Squadron 800 (CGAS 800) was the first ICG air unit to be established. It was formally commissioned on 22 May 1982 with 2 Chetak helicopters (CG 801 and CG 802) at Dabolim Airport, Goa. By 1993 the unit was reported to be at Daman, but in 1998 was reported to be back at Dabolim. This move was probably associated with the creation of 841 Sqn at Daman. The unit role is liaison/SAR.
|HAL Chetak||8?||May 1982 – Present||CG 803, CG 814|
|To be added|
|CGAE Goa (Dabolim)||May 1982 – ?|
|CGAS Daman (Bombay)||by 1993|
|CGAE Goa (Dabolim)||by 1998 – Present|
None currently available.
- Vayu Aerospace Review
To be added.