The following represents an overview of the modern aerial fighting capabilities of the Azerbaijan Air Force (2022). The service currently counts 149 total units in its active aircraft inventory. The WDMMA review takes into account specific categories of aircraft covering attack, logistics, special-mission, and general support types. Inventory numbers and related aircraft types / variants are provided as-is and derived from publically-available information / sources. "Outlook" results are related to any future airframes currently under procurement though said airframes may not be delivered for service in the current year for various reasons. "Readiness Rates" are based on the published USAF standard. Due to discrepancies regarding UAV reporting between countries and sources, unmanned vehicles are currently not tracked by WDMMA.
75 / 149 Total available aircraft assuming a Below AverageReadiness Rate of 50.0%.
104 / 149 Total available aircraft assuming an AverageReadiness Rate of 70.0%.
112 / 149 Total available aircraft assuming an Above AverageReadiness Rate of 75.0%.
119 / 149 Total available aircraft assuming an ExcellentReadiness Rate of 80.0%.
TvR is this air service's TrueValue Rating. The value is formulated by way of assessing an air service's current strengths and weaknesses. All are matched against the top-most performer, this being the USAF which yields a TvR of 242.9.
Global Rank: 84/124
This air service's Global Rank when compared to the rest of the national powers of WDMMA. A total of 124 air services from 98 nations are currently tracked. View the current ranking.
FORCE CONCENTRATION: Attack: 28units Support: 89units Training: 32units Future: 0units
Airframes detailed as fighter, interceptor, or general attack types including multi-role though excluding dedicated bombers and CAS.
Total Units:17 (11%)
Close-Air Support (11)
Airframes utilized in the direct-attack role; typically featuring extended loitering and excellent low-and-slow capabilities.
Total Units:11 (7%)
Airframes detailed as manned rotary-wing platforms used in the transport, special-mission, or direct-attack roles.
Total Units:87 (58%)
Airframes used in the dedicated hauler role, serving either military or high-government personnel or in supply / cargo delivery.
Total Units:2 (1%)
Airframes reserved for dedicated Basic, Advanced, Flight, and Helicopter airman training.