VJT101E - with ventral load (370 US gal)

 

VJF101N - with ventral load (370 US gal)


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NOTES

 
     
 

THE VJF101E and VJF101N  Busardo

 
     
  The story which didn't happen ... outside Atlantic Air Combat  
     
  See also : AAC Data Sheet
 
Illustrations :
 
 
Illustrations :
 

Fictional Preamble
During the second half of the 1950s, Germany busied itself developping a VTOL nuclear strike aircraft as part of a NATO sponsored VAK-191 programme with projects submitted by two companies : the  vectored thrust FW 1262 (VAK-191B) by Focke Wulf, and the tilt jet VJ-101 (VAK-191C) by EWR (Heinkel-Messerscmitt).  EWR had been test flying two prototypes prior early cancellation of the whole programme due to rising tensions with the USSR.  Under the circumstances, Germany decided to focus on existing designs and war stocks rather than fancy projects.  And since the Government, who had been paying the bills, owned all the intellectual rights, it made known both projects were up for sale.  Switzerland purchased the Focke Wulf project and Argentina showed interest for the Heinkel-Messerschmitt design which would open the door for the national manufacturing of a Mach 2.0 interceptor.  FMA had been struggling to assemble the Pulqui II fighter bomber but in so doing had developped their skills and was looking to go one step further.  With the (promised) technical assistance of both German and American aircraft manufacturers, not forgetting the British designers of the engine, they were confident they could take up the challenge. 



EWR VJ-101C as flown in 1961

Fictional Design Evolution
Only two prototypes of the VJ-101 had been test flown, VJ-101X1 and the VJ-101X2, the latter being equipped with afterburning engines.   FMA test pilots got briefly acquainted with the surviving airplane only to express their dissatisfaction with the engines performances.   More power was necessary for VTOL take off and certainly to turn this test article into an operational machine.  Also, the use of afterburner for vertical take off should be ruled out totally.   While Rolls Royce had already test run the intended engine for the final aircraft, the RB153-17, FMA nevertheless examined optional arrangements, if only to push the British to move ahead more swiftly : 

Engines

RB108 RB145R RB153-17 RB162-1 RB162-4D RB162-86 J85-GE-5A J85-GE-13 J85-GE-15 J85-GE-17A

Application

= VJ101C2 (Prototype) = VAK191B Trident T38A F5A CF5A A37

Year

1955 1963 1959 = = = 1960 1959 = =

Type

Turbojet Turbojet Turbojet Turbojet Turbojet Turbojet Turbojet Turbojet Turbojet Turbojet

Length

46.5 in  51.6 in 65.0 in 51.6 in 51.6 in 51.6 in 51.1 in 51.1 in 51.1 in 45.4 in

Diam

20.8 in  20.8 in  25.0 in 25.0 in 25.0 in 25.0 in 17.7 in 17.7 in 17.7 in 17.7 in

Weight

269 lb  272 lb  280 lb  267 lb  267 lb  280 lb  421 lb  421 lb  421 lb  396 lb 

Thrust.dry

2,340 lbf 2,750 lbf 3,934 lbf 4,565 lbf 5,250 lbf 5,250 lbf 2,050 lbf 2,720 lbf 2,925 lbf 2,850 lbf

Thrust.AFB

- 3,650 lbf 5,463 lbf - - - 3,850 lbf 4,080 lbf 4,300 lbf =

SFC: lb/lbf/hr

0.71 0.71 0.71 0.71 0.71 0.71 0.97 0.97 0.97 0.97

EWR VJ-101C : bottom view of engines in lift position

FMA VJF101E : bottom view of engines in (modified)  lift position
   

Then, the intended installation of the RB153 was very different from the one they could observed with the VJ101X2, and FMA was adamant to rule that path out immediately.

It was understood that some reliability issues had showed up, but the Argentinians were confident these could be solved.   Indeed they were, albeit more by EWR-Sud (and MAN) engineers than by anybody else, but only the result mattered.   In fairness it showed FMA that the German part had been serious when promising cooperation and support.

The rotating engine nacelles had to be scaled up to accommodate the somewhat larger RB153, but it was't as if a totally new design had to be coped with.  Finally, the definite design was a mix of the X2 and the unbuilt X3, a two seat strike aircraft where both the lift and tilt engines would be moved back somewhat.

The change involved a move forward of fuel tankage which itself could then give way to a second crew.  This arrangement, essentially the unbuilt "X3" design, allowed for a maximum commonality between the two models.

While Heinkel-Messerschmitt seemed to have been inspired by the F-104 Starfighter when designing the fuselage, the aircraft was devoid of any warlike equipment.  The dimensional similarity was however put to advantage.   In order to speed up the designing process, FMA turned themselves toward Lockheed to acquire the production rights for Starfigher nose(s), imitating Sud Aviation adopting the Comet nose and cockpit design for their Caravelle.

A deal was reached rapidly and since Messerschmitt was already assembling both F-104G and TF-104G, they were the chosen source for this key part of the aircrafts, at least for the first airframes.

FMA could thus go ahead with the assembly of a first batch of pre-production aircrafts, equally split between Air Force and Naval variants and the type was named Busardo (English: Buzzard).

One project - Four different aircrafts
With both the Navy and the Air Force interrested by the design, FMA set their standards to the most demanding variants, those intended for the Argentinian Navy. 
It is worth noting that the Argentinians were not excessively interrested by the VTOL peformances as such but considered the aircraft as a conventional one with ... an optional capability, thus focusing on general performances rather than strictly VTOL ones.

The higher thrust of the RB153 left some margin for additional weight and it lead FMA to consider the development of a two seated combat capable version for training/conversion purposes, This version was almost identical, but had an internal fuel capacity reduced by 150 gallons and would only carry two guns instead of four.

As a compensation, the ventral pylon was stressed for higher weights in order to carry more fuel under the fuselage (incidentally, it opened the way for a Mk84 2000lb bomb).

The single seaters were modified on the assembly line to offer them the same capacity.

VJ101E

VJ101E

Variants Summary

   
VJ.101N - Navy
Serials:
3C301 to 3.304
Blocked serials
3C305 to 3C324

single seat interceptor and strike aircraft

launch catapult compatible and with arresting hook for conventional CATOBAR operations
(the Navy wasn't totally confident the deck of their carrier Indepedencia would cope with the blast of the jet engine when taking off or landing vertically - requiring the VJ101 to be fully carrier capable was an insurance against a failure in that respect and offered a greater flexibility of use.   Conventional catapulted take-off meant the aircraft could be sent aloft with a maximum warload, with vertical landing a possibility.  Should it be that way, naval aviators would probably trade the lift engines for more fuel).

capability to launch the Swedish Rb04 anti-shipping missile

compatibility with the Colossus class carrier elevators
(although the VJF101E could be set on the elevator, the manoeuvre was found to be awkward and a different nose cone was adopted for the naval variants prototypes : Illustration (animated)
(the drawings source is : g-dek_moot_5 on  http://www.vlaggeschipsmaldeel5.nl )

TJ.101N - Navy
Serials:
3C351 to 3C352
Blocked Serials
3C353 to 3C356

fully combat capable two-seat traning aircraft (with the limited space available on the carrier, any plane on deck had to be combat capable)

both the VJ101N and TJ101N had the needle shaped radar dome inherited from the F-104G Starfighter replaced by a much shorter one.   It costed both naval variants 0.2 Mach but made them compatible with the rather small elevators of the Independencia.

   
VJ.101E - Air Force
Serials:
I-201 to i-204
Blocked Serials
I-205 to I-250

single seat interceptor
(the Air Force was less interrested by a strike/fighter bomber than an interceptor - hence the "I" type of aircraft numbering) but if any bomb capacity could be turned into extra fuel the AF wouldn't argue)

   
TJ.101E - Air Force
Serials:
E-301 to E-302
Blocked Serials
E-303 to E6330

fully combat capable two-seat traning aircraft
(like the Navy, scarce ressource meant these costy trainer had to be part of the combat inventory)

Internal Guns
While the trends among other nations was to abandon guns, the Argentinians paid special attention on this part of the aircraft armament.  The lighter the guns the better, especially for a VTOL aircraft, and FMA examined various solutions.  While the M61A1 was naturally examined together with the frontal part of the fLockheed design, weight, cost and availability ruled it out.  Resting on the ongoing licence agreement with Bofors regarding the local production of the Swedish iteration of the ubiquitous HS.404 20mm gun, the Akan47 seemed a reasonable "off the shelf" choice.

This Akan47 however was slow firing, and since fitting four of them seemed awkward, the gun study also examined the installation of a pair or US made M39 20mm guns.  Strangely, none of the European 30mm guns were envisaged.

Then Bofors supplied drawings of their 13.2mm Akan44, and supplied a couple of test articles.  Their point was that if weight and cost were key elements, and considering the Swedish Naval Air Force was still relying, and not a little, on this apparently obsolete gun, it would be worth examining.   FMA accepted, albeit reluctantly.

Guns       

Cal(mm)

Round Shell HE Muzzle  Rpm/@  Rpm/T Weight Ammo      Firing

1×M61A1

20×102 230g 102g 11g 1050m/s  6000rpm  6000rpm 247lbx1 247 lb 725 rpg   367 lb   7sec 614 lb

2×M39

20×102 230g 102g 11g 1040m/s  1500rpm  3000rpm 178lbx1 357 lb 125 rpg   127 lb   6sec 483 lb

4×Akan44

13.2×99 115g 051g 8g 900m/s  900rpm  3600rpm 55 lbx4 220 lb 90 rpg   91 lb   6sec 311 lb

2×Akan47

20×110 260g 102g 11g 840m/s  700rpm  1400rpm 95 lbx2 190 lb 75 rpg   86 lb   6sec 310 lb

When tested, the Argentinians couldn't believe the results obtained with the Akan44.  It took a couple of generals to watch with their own eyes the gun being test fired to stop suspecting FMA faking the reports.  They had believed it was a mere machine gun while it actually was a little cannon.  All right, the heavier the shell and amount of explosive the better, but a quartet of these amazing guns could still do the job against modern fighters (the Argentinian Air Force were the only one flying heavy bomber on the sub-continent), and, compared to the 20mm shells, the armour piercing performances were still adequate against lightly armored vehicles.  In particular, with both services agreeing on a 300lb weight limit, their attention focused on the amount of shells/explosive available from a 1sec burst
M39 20.0 mm : 2 x 102g × 25.00(rps) = 50rps/5100g "lead" 2 x 11g × 25.00(rps) = 550g explosive
Akan44 13.2 mm : 4 x 051g × 15.00(rps) = 60rps/3060g "lead" 4 x 08g × 15.00(rps) = 480g explosive
Akan47 20.0 mm : 2 x 102g × 11.67(rps) = 23rps/2381g "lead" 2 x 11g × 11.67(rps) = 257g explosive

So, however anachronic it may have seemed considering the pedigree of the weapon, FMA was instructed to sign a new license agreement with Bofors for the Akan44.  Potential export versions could be equipped differently, according to preferences, but presumably with a pair of M39 revolver cannons.

External Stores
The German prototypes were devoid of any external work stations, but that's also where the assistance of both Lockheed and German engineers came to fruitition.   Getting more inspiration from the similarly sized F-104C, the VFJ101E/N was grafted with one fuselage and two main wing pylons.   Contrary to the Lockheed aircraft, the fuselage pylon was plumbed for extra fuel, and all three were initially cleared for 1400lbs before the fuselage pylon was beefed up to carry up to 2400 lb.  The purpose behind these capacities were :

to enable the naval variant to carry two Rb04 Swedish antishipping missile, weighting in exess of 1300 lb
to cater for the 195 US gal (163 gal) drop tank inherited from Lockheed
when strengthened, the fuselage position could either carry the same drop tank or a 370 US gal (309 gal) tank

The use of the ventral pylon precluded any vertical take-off, but both potential operators saw the VTOL capacity of the aircraft as a "nice have" rather than an essential aspect of the aircraft performances.  In practice, besides the anti-shipping missile, the intended VJF101E/N warload would be a pair of 1000lbs bombs under each wing, with extra fuel carried centrally.

With the wing tips naturally not available for the carrying of air-to-air missiles, FMA managed to squeeze a secondary missile pylon under each wing.  Feeling it might not give the aircraft sufficient combat endurance, provision was made to carry addtional missiles on the fuselage sides, either a pair or four on two Y twin pylons (a solution directly copied from the F-8E Crusader).

Armament
Essentially, both the VJF101E/N and VJT101E/N could carry the same weaponry.   However, the TJ versions only carry two guns and the naval variants are wired to cope with the Rb04 anti-shipping missiles.
Typical loads

Internal guns

VJF101E/N : 4×1 Akan44 13.2mm guns (90 rpg) VJT101E/N : 2×1 Akan44 13.2mm guns (90 rpg)

Fuselage sides

 

2×1 AIM-9B or AIM-9C Sidewinder air-to-air missiles

or

2×2 AIM-9B or AIM-9C Sidewinder air-to-air missiles

or

2×1 AGM-67 Focus air-to-ground missiles

or

2×2 AGM-67 Focus air-to-ground missiles

Fuselage ventral pylon

 

1×1 1000lb bomb 1×1 195 US gal (163 gal)

or

1×1 2000lb bomb 1×1 370 US gal (309 gal)

Wing pylons (outer, secondary)

- - -

or

 

2×1 AIM-9B Sidewinder Air-to-Ground Missiles - HVAR (Heavy rockets)

or

 

2×1 AIM-9C Sidewinder 2×1 AGM-67 Focus - 2×1 HVAR 5"

Wing pylons (inner, main)

 

2×1 1000lb bomb 2×1 195 US gal (163 gal)

or

2×2   500lb bomb -

 

 

Missiles & Rockets -

 

 

Air-to-Air Missiles Air-to-Ground Missiles FFAR (Rocket pods) HVAR (Heavy rockets)

or

 

2×2 AIM-9B Sidewinder 2×2 AGM-67 Focus 2×1 LAU58A (36×70mm) 2×2 HVAR 5"

or

 

2×2 AIM-9C Sidewinder 2×1 Rb04 ( anti-shipping) 2×1 SUU20/70 -

or

 

- 2×1 AGM-12 Bullbup - -

In effect, the VJF101E could be loaded with up to ... 10 Sidewinders which in itself was of little relevance.  But in close air support mode, multiplying the amount of AGM-67 Focus or even HVAR was welcome.

Specifications
Although a very different aircraft altogether, FMA had been keen to compare the performances of "their" VJ101" against the similarly sized but otherwise very different F-104C

Specs VJ-101  VJ-101A (X1) VJ-101A (X2) Specs VJF101E/N VJT101E/N F-104C F-104D
   
Length Fuselage 15.70m 15.70m - 15.70m 14.77 16.60m 16.60m
Wing.span - 6.61m 6.61m - 6.86m 6.86m 6.60m 6.60m
Height - 4.13m 4.13m - 4.13m 4.13m 4.00m 4.00m
Wing Area - 18.60m² 18.60m² - 18.60m² 18.60m² 18.20m² 18.20m²
                 
Weight Empty 7499 lb 8096 lb - 9500 lb 10500 lb 8663 lb 9877 lb
Crew 1 or 2 200 lb 200 lb - 200 lb 400 lb 200 lb 400 lb
Engines/Main 4×RB145R 4x270 lb 4x280 lb 4×RB153R 1120 lb 1120 lb 3850 lb 3850 lb
Engines/Lift 2×RB145 2x270 lb 2x270 lb 2×RB153 0540 lb 540 lb - -
Guns 1, 2 or 4 - - 4×Akan44 220 lb 110 lb  247 lb -
Gun ammos 90 or 725rpg - - (90 rpg) 91 lb 46 lb  367 lb -
Total Loaded 9319 lb 9956 lb - 11671 lb 12716 lb 13327 lb 14127 lb
Fuel Internal 4408 lb 4560 lb - 5700 lb 4560 lb 5700 lb 4560 lb
Playload Fuselage - - - 1×2400 lb 1×2400 lb 1×2000 lb 1×2000 lb
Playload Wings/inner - - - 2×1400 lb 2×1400 lb 2×1000 lb 2×1000 lb
Playload Wings/outer - - - 2×  155 lb 2×  155 lb 2×  155 lb 2×  155 lb
Playload Wings/tips - - - 4×  155 lb 4×  155 lb 2×  155 lb 2×  155 lb
                 
Weight MTO/STOL - - - 23501 lb 23406 lb 23387 lb 22997 lb
Weight MTO/VTOL 13238 lb AB/16850 lb - 22882 lb 22882 lb - -
                 
Playload Max (STOL) - - - 5130 lb 6130 lb - -
Playload Max (VTOL) - - - 3730 lb 3730 lb - -
                 
Fuel.Internal   580 gal 600 gal - 750 gal 600 gal 750 gal 600 gal
Fuel.External Fuselage - - - 1×309 gal 1×309 gal - -
Fuel.External Wings/inner - - - 2×163 gal 2×163 gal 2×163 gal 2×163 gal
Fuel.External Wings/outer - - - - - - -
Fuel.External Wings/tips - - - - - 2×142 gal 2×142 gal
Fuel.Total   580 gal 600 gal - 1385 gal 1235 gal 1360 gal 1210 gal
                 
Fuel (gal) Total (ferry) 580 gal 600 gal - 1385 gal 1235 gal 1360 gal 1210 gal
Fuel ( gal) Total (CAP) - - - 1385 gal 1235 gal 1076 gal 926 gal
Fuel ( gal) Total (CAS) - - - 1059 gal 909 gal 1034 gal 884 gal
                 
Engine/Main 4 x RB145R - 4 x RB145R 4x RB153R - - - -
Main/Dry - 2750 lbf 2750 lbf - 3934 lbf 3934 lbf 10000 lbf 10000 lbf
Main/AFB RB145R - 3650 lbf - 5463 lbf 5463 lbf 15800 lbf 15800 lbf
Engines/Lift 2x RB145 2750 lbf 2750 lbf 2 x RB153 3934 lbf 3934 lbf - -
Thrust/Lift Total 16500 lbf 16500 lbf - 24604 lbf 24604 lbf - -
Thrust/Dry Total 11000 lbf 11000 lbf - 15736 lbf 15736 lbf 10000 lbf 10000 lbf
Thrust/AFB Total.AFB 11000 lbf 14500 lbf - 21852 lbf 21852 lbf 15800 lbf 15800 lbf
Egine SFC - - - 0.71 0.71 0.85 0.85
                 
Speed Max Mach 1.08 Mach 1.14 - Mach 1.80 Mach 1.60 Mach 2.2 Mach 2.2
Speed Cruise - - - 464 kn 464 kn 443 kn 443 kn
Speed Stall - - - - - 168 kn 168 kn
Climb Rate - - - 55000ft/min 55000ft/min 54000ft/min 54000ft/min
Ceiling   39000 ft 39000 ft - 45000 ft 45000 ft 58000 ft 58000 ft
Range internal.fuel - - - - - 738 nm -
Range int/ext fuel - - - - - - -
                 
Recce Camera - - - Recce pod Recce pod - -
                 
Radar - - - - F15A41B F15A41B AN/ASG14T2 AN/ASG14T2

DETAILED AAC SPECIFICATIONS

     
     
     
 
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ARGENTINIAN AERIAL ASSETS

Notes: Historical and Cheated data
  
seen from [AF] Air Force and [NA] Naval Air Arm perspective, the Busardo suplement existing assets
the tables include some [AA] Army Air Force assets
the first year on a line refers to an aircraft entering service
the 2nd year on a line refers to an aircraft retired from service
this mention is then followed by red
=== indicating a cheated postponed retirement
some data will be updated later
quantities shown do not correspond to actual deliveries (re:F4U5NL) but represent assets referred to

 

 

 

Aerial Assets  &  Time Line

 

Serv

Type

-

Qty

Aicraft Name

Serials

Serials

1940

1950

1960

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

















AA

LL

-

7

H13H Sioux

391

397

-

1956

>

>

>

>

>

>

AA

LL

-

11

L18C (L21B) Grass Hopper

AE07

AE17

-

1957

>

>

>

>

>

>

AA

LL

-

1

C310C -

ME1E

-

-

1957

>

>

>

>

>

>

AA

TM

-

3

C45H Expeditor

250

252

-

1959

>

>

>

>

>

>

AA

TM

-

8

UH1H Iroquois

A400

A407

-

-

1962

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

Serv

Type

-

Qty

Aicraft Name

Serials

Serials

1940

1950

1960

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

















AF

TR

-

199

AT6 Texan

Ea701

Ea899

1944

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

AF

TM

-

13

C47A Skytrain

T16

T28

1946

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

AF

TA

-

44

DH104 Dove

T51

T94

1946

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

AF

FF

-

100

Meteor F4

C001

C100

1947

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

AF

FF

-

30

G55A Centauro

C01

C30

1947

1954

=

=

=

=

=

=

AF

FF

-

15

G55B Centauro

C31

C45

1947

1954

=

=

=

=

=

=

AF

BB

-

30

AT11B Kansan

E101

E130

1947

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

AF

TA

-

6

C54E Skymaster

T42

T47

1947

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

AF

BB

-

30

A694 Lincoln

B01

B30

1947

>

>

>

1964

=

=

=

AF

BB

-

15

A683 Lancaster

B31

B45

1948

>

>

>

1964

=

=

=

AF

TM

-

13

B170 Freighter

T29

T41

-

1951

>

>

>

>

>

>

AF

FF

-

100

IAe24 Calquin

A01

A100

-

1957

1960

-

-

-

-

>

AF

TR

-

50

IAe35 Huanquero

E501

E550

-

1957

>

>

>

>

>

>

AF

TR

-

99

T34A Mentor

E01

E99

-

1957

>

>

>

>

>

>

AF

LL

-

12

MS760 Paris

E201

E212

-

1959

>

>

>

>

>

>

AF

FF

-

28

F86F40 Sabre

C101

C128

-

-

1960

>

>

>

>

>

AF

TR

-

58

T28A Trojan

E601

E658

-

-

1960

>

>

>

>

>

AF

HH

-

6

H19 Chickasaw

H3

H6

-

-

1960

>

>

>

>

>

AF

HH

-

1

H5 Dragonfly

H2

-

-

-

1960

>

>

>

>

>

AF

FF

-

4

IAe33 Pulqui II

02

05

-

1953

1960

>

>

>

>

>

AF

FF

-

50

IAe33 Pulqui II

C150

C199

-

-

-

-

1964

=

=

=

AF

FF

-

4

VJ101E Busardo

I201

I204

-

-

-

-

1964

=

=

=

AF

TR

-

2

TJ101E Busardo

E301

E302

-

-

-

-

1964

=

=

=

AF

FF

-

50

A4B Skyhawk

C201

C250

-

-

-

-

-

-

1966

>

 

 

 

Serv

Type

-

Qty

Aicraft Name

Serials

Serials

1940

1950

1960

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

















NA

SAR

E3E

4

J2F5 Duck

2G6

2G9

1946

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

NA

TM

E52

13

C47A Skytrain

5T21

5T26

1946

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

NA

SAR

E3E

4

JRF6B Goose

2P50

2P53

1947

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

NA

SAR

E3E

5

PBY5A Catalina

2P301

2P305

1947

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

NA

TR

ESC

8

SNJ4C Texan

1E213

1E220

1947

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

NA

TA

E51

2

C54E Skymaster

5T2

5T3

1947

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

NA

HH

E41

6

H19 Chickasaw

4H11

4H16

-

1953

>

>

>

>

>

>

NA

ASW

E2E

7

PBM5 Mariner

2P101

2P207

-

1955

>

>

1964

=

=

=

NA

FF

E32

20

F4U5NL Corsair

3A201

3A220

-

1956

>

>

>

>

>

>

NA

TR

E33

15

SNJ5C Texan

3A301

3A315

-

1959

>

>

>

>

>

>

NA

ASW

E1E

8

P2V5 Neptune

2P30

2P37

-

1958

>

>

>

>

>

>

NA

FF

E31

24

F9F2B Panther/J42

3A101

3A124

-

1958

>

>

>

>

>

>

NA

ASW

E2E

6

S2A Tracker

2AS1

2AS6

-

-

1962

>

>

>

>

>

NA

TR

E31

2

F9F8T Cougar/J48

3A151

3A152

-

-

1962

>

>

>

>

>

NA

TM

E53

15

C45H Expeditor

5G1

5G15

-

-

1962

>

>

>

>

>

NA

FF

E31

12

F9F2B Panther/J42

3A125

3A136

-

-

1962

=

=

=

=

=

NA

FF

E31

8

F9F2P Panther/J42

3F101

3F108

-

-

1962

=

=

=

=

=

NA

SAR

E41

4

HU16B Albatross

4BS1

4BS4

-

-

-

1963

>

>

>

>

NA

AEW

E43

12

TBM3W Avenger

4B11

4B12

-

-

-

1963

=

=

=

=

NA

COD

E53

4

TBM3R Avenger

5T31

5T34

-

-

-

1963

=

=

=

=

NA

TR

E62

36

F9F8 Cougar/J48

6A201

6A236

-

-

-

1963

=

=

=

=

NA

TR

E62

6

F9F8T Cougar/J48

6A251

6A256

-

-

-

1963

=

=

=

=

NA

RF

E62

8

F9F8P Cougar/J48

6F201

6F208

-

-

-

1963

=

=

=

=

NA

TR

E63

15

T28C Trojan

6E301

6E315

-

-

-

1963

=

=

=

=

NA

FF

E61

4

VJ101N Busardo

6C101

6C104

-

-

-

-

1964

=

=

=

NA

TR

E61

2

TJ101N Busardo

6C151

6C152

-

-

-

-

1964

=

=

=

NA

FF

E63

8

IAe33 Pulqui IIN

6A301

6A308

-

-

-

-

1964

=

=

=

 

 

 

 

Organizational Structure

 

Serv

Type

Unit

Qty

Aicraft Name

Serials

Serials

1940

1950

1960

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

















 

 

 

CAE

Comando de Aviación de Ejército BAM:CampoMayo
(Buenos Aires)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Batallon de Helicopteros de Asalto 601  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AA

TM

601

8

UH1H Iroquois

A400

A407

-

-

1962

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

 

Escuadron de Aviacion de Exploracion y Ataque 602

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AA

LL

602

11

L18C (L21B) Grass Hopper

AE07

AE17

-

1957

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

 

Escuadron de Aviacion de Apoyo General 603

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AA

LL

603

7

H13H Sioux

391

397

-

1956

>

>

>

>

>

>

AA

TM

603

3

C45H Expeditor

250

252

-

1959

>

>

>

>

>

>

AA

LL

603

1

C310C -

ME1E

-

-

1957

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

Serv

Type

Unit

Qty

Aicraft Name

Serials

Serials

1940

1950

1960

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

















 

 

 

EAM

Escuela de Aviacion Militar BAM:Cordoba
(Cordoba)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 1°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

TR

EA11

199

AT6 Texan

Ea701

Ea899

1944

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

 

 2°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

TR

EA12

99

T34A Mentor

E01

E99

-

1957

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

 

 3°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

TR

EA13

50

IAe35 Huanquero

E501

E550

-

1957

>

>

>

>

>

>

AF

FF

EA13

74

IAe24 Calquin

A01

A100

-

1957

1960

-

-

-

-

>

 

 

 

 

 4°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

TR

EA14

32

T28A Trojan

E601

E658

-

-

1960

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

 

 5°Escuadron Adiestramiento

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

LL

EA15

12

MS760 Paris

E201

E212

-

1959

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

CEV

Centro de Ensayos de Vuelo BAM:Cordoba
(Cordoba)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

FF

CEV

4

IAe33 Pulqui II

02

05

-

1953

1960

>

>

>

>

>

AF

FF

CEV

4

VJ101E Busardo

I201

I204

-

-

-

-

1964

=

=

=

AF

TR

CEV

2

TJ101E Busardo

E301

E302

-

-

-

-

1964

=

=

=

 

 

 

LADE

Lineas Aereas del Estado BAM:El Palomar
(Buenos Aires)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

TA

LADE

6

C54E Skymaster

T42

T47

1947

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

GT10

Groupo 1 Transporte Aéro BAM:El Palomar
(Buenos Aires)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GT11

 1°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

TM

GT11

13

B170 Freighter

T29

T41

-

1951

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

GT12

 2°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

TM

GT12

13

C47A Skytrain

T16

T28

1946

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

GT13

 3°Escuadron Adiestramiento

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

TA

GT13

44

DH104 Dove

T51

T94

1946

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

GA10

Groupo 1 Ataque BAM:El Palomar
(Buenos Aires)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GA11

 1°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

TR

GA11

26

T28A Trojan

E601

E658

-

-

1960

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

GA12

 2°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

FF

GA12

26

IAe24 Calquin

A01

A100

-

1957

1960

-

-

-

-

>

 

 

 

GA13

 3°Escuadron Adiestramiento

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

HH

GA13

6

H19 Chickasaw

H3

H6

-

-

1960

>

>

>

>

>

AF

HH

GA13

1

H5 Dragonfly

H2

-

-

-

1960

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

GA20

Groupo 2 Ataque BAM:El Plumerillo
(Mendoza)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GA21

 1°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

FF

GA21

30

G55A Centauro

C01

C30

1947

1954

=

=

=

=

=

=

 

 

 

GA22

 2°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

FF

GA22

15

G55B Centauro

C31

C45

1947

1954

=

=

=

=

=

=

 

 

 

GA23

 3°Escuadron Adiestramiento

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GC10

Groupo 1 Casa Bombardeo BAM:El Plumerillo
(Mendoza)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GC11

 1°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

FF

GC11

28

F86F40 Sabre

C101

C128

-

-

1960

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

GC12

 2°Escuadron Adiestramiento

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GC20

Groupo 2 Casa Bombardeo BAM:Tandil
(Buenos Aires)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GC21

 1°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

FF

GC21

25

Meteor F4

C001

C100

1947

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

GC22

 2°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

FF

GC22

25

Meteor F4

C001

C100

1947

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

GC23

 3°Escuadron Adiestramiento

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GC30

Groupo 3 Casa Bombardeo BAM:Moron
(Buenos Aires)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GC31

 1°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

FF

GC31

25

Meteor F4

C001

C100

1947

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

GC32

 2°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

FF

GC32

25

Meteor F4

C001

C100

1947

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

GC33

 3°Escuadron Adiestramiento

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GC40

Groupo 4 Casa Bombardeo BAM:______
(Municipality)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GC41

 1°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

FF

GC41

25

IAe33 Pulqui II

C150

C199

-

-

-

-

1964

=

=

=

 

 

 

GC42

 2°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

FF

GC42

25

IAe33 Pulqui II

C150

C199

-

-

-

-

1964

=

=

=

 

 

 

GC43

 3°Escuadron Adiestramiento

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GC50

Groupo 5 Casa Bombardeo BAM:Pringles
(Villa Reynolds)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GC51

 1°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

FF

GC51

25

A4B Skyhawk

C201

C250

-

-

-

-

-

-

1966

>

 

 

 

GC52

 2°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

FF

GC52

25

A4B Skyhawk

C201

C250

-

-

-

-

-

-

1966

>

 

 

 

GC53

 3°Escuadron Adiestramiento

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GB10

Groupo 1 Bombardeo BAM:Pringles
(Villa Reynolds)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GB11

 1°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

BB

GB11

30

A694 Lincoln

B01

B30

1947

>

>

>

1964

=

=

=

 

 

 

GB12

 2°Escuadron  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

BB

GB12

15

A683 Lancaster

B31

B45

1948

>

>

>

1964

=

=

=

 

 

 

GB13

 3°Escuadron Adiestramiento

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF

BB

GB13

30

AT11B Kansan

E101

E130

1947

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

Serv

Type

-

Qty

Aicraft Name

Serials

Serials

1940

1950

1960

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

















 

 

 

 

Escuadra Aeronaval 1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

 

 

 

ESC

 Escuela de Aviacion Naval BAM:Punta Indio
(Veronica)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NA

TR

ESC

8

SNJ4C Texan

1E213

1E220

1947

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

 

Escuadra Aeronaval 2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

 

 

 

E1E

1°Escuadrilla de Exploracion BAM:Espora
(Bahia Blanca)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NA

ASW

E1E

8

P2V5 Neptune

2P30

2P37

-

1958

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

E2E

2°Escuadrilla de Exploracion (a) BAM:Punta Indio
(Veronica)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NA

ASW

E2E

6

S2A Tracker

2AS1

2AS6

-

-

1962

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

E2E

2°Escuadrilla de Exploracion (b) BAM:P.Belgrano
(Punta Alta)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NA

ASW

E2E

7

PBM5 Mariner

2P101

2P207

-

1955

>

>

1964

=

=

=

 

 

 

E3E

3°Escuadrilla de Exploracion BAM:Espora
(Bahia Blanca)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NA

SAR

E3E

4

J2F5 Duck

2G6

2G9

1946

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

NA

SAR

E3E

4

JRF6B Goose

2P50

2P53

1947

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

NA

SAR

E3E

5

PBY5A Catalina

2P301

2P305

1947

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

 

Escuadra Aeronaval 3
BAM:Espora
(Bahia Blanca)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

 

 

 

E31

1°Esc. Ataque y Exploracion

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NA

FF

E31

24

F9F2B Panther/J42

3A101

3A124

-

1958

>

>

>

>

>

>

NA

FF

E31

12

F9F2B Panther/J42

3A125

3A136

-

-

1962

=

=

=

=

=

NA

FF

E31

8

F9F2P Panther/J42

3F101

3F108

-

-

1962

=

=

=

=

=

NA

TR

E31

2

F9F8T Cougar/J48

3A151

3A152

-

-

1962

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

E32

 2°Escuadrilla de Ataque

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NA

FF

E32

20

F4U5NL Corsair

3A201

3A220

-

1956

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

E33

 3°Escuadrilla de Ataque

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NA

TR

E33

15

SNJ5C Texan

3A301

3A315

-

1959

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

 

Escuadra Aeronaval 4
BAM:Punta Indio
(Veronica)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

 

 

 

E41

 1°Escuadrilla de Helicopteros

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NA

HH

E41

6

H19 Chickasaw

4H11

4H16

-

1953

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

SAR

 2°Escuadrilla de Busqueda

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NA

SAR

E42

4

HU16B Albatross

4BS1

4BS4

-

-

-

1963

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

AEW

 3°Escuadrilla de Busqueda

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NA

AEW

E43

12

TBM3W Avenger

4B11

4B12

-

-

-

1963

=

=

=

=

 

 

 

 

Escuadra Aeronaval 5
BAM:Ezeiza
(Buenos Aires)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

 

 

 

E51

 1°Escuadrilla de Transporte

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NA

TA

E51

2

C54E Skymaster

5T2

5T3

1947

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

E52

 2°Escuadrilla de Transporte

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NA

TM

E52

13

C47A Skytrain

5T21

5T26

1946

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

 

 

 

E53

 3°Escuadrilla de Transporte

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NA

TM

E53

15

C45H Expeditor

5G1

5G15

-

-

1962

>

>

>

>

>

NA

COD

E53

4

TBM3R Avenger

5T31

5T34

-

-

-

1963

=

=

=

=

 

 

 

 

Escuadra Aeronaval 6
BAM:______
(Municipality)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

 

 

 

E61

 1°Escuadrilla de Caza

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NA

FF

E61

4

VJ101N Busardo

6C101

6C104

-

-

-

-

1964

=

=

=

NA

TR

E61

2

TJ101N Busardo

6C151

6C152

-

-

-

-

1964

=

=

=

 

 

 

E62

 2°Esc. Ataque y Exploracion

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NA

TR

E62

36

F9F8 Cougar/J48

6A201

6A236

-

-

-

1963

=

=

=

=

NA

TR

E62

6

F9F8T Cougar/J48

6A251

6A256

-

-

-

1963

=

=

=

=

NA

RF

E62

8

F9F8P Cougar/J48

6F201

6F208

-

-

-

1963

=

=

=

=

 

 

 

E63

 3°Escuadrilla de Ataque

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NA

TR

E63

15

T28C Trojan

6E301

6E315

-

-

-

1963

=

=

=

=

NA

FF

E63

8

IAe33 Pulqui IIN

6A301

6A308

-

-

-

-

1964

=

=

=

 

 

 

 

Main Army Air Bases, Air Force Bases and Naval Air Stations

 

ICAO

Minicipality

Air Base

Serv

Type

Unit

Qty

Aicraft Name

Serials

Serials

-













SADO Buenos Aires Campo Mayo

AA

TM

601

8

UH1H Iroquois

A400

A407

-

     

AA

LL

602

11

L18C (L21B) Grass Hopper

AE07

AE17

-

     

AA

LL

603

7

H13H Sioux

391

397

-

     

AA

TM

603

3

C45H Expeditor

250

252

-

     

AA

LL

603

1

C310C -

ME1E

-

-


                     
SADP Buenos Aires El Palomar

AF

TA

LADE

6

C54E Skymaster

T42

T47

-

     

AF

TM

GT11

13

B170 Freighter

T29

T41

-

     

AF

TM

GT12

13

C47A Skytrain

T16

T28

-

     

AF

TA

GT13

44

DH104 Dove

T51

T94

-

     

AF

TR

GA11

26

T28A Trojan

E601

E658

-

     

AF

FF

GA12

26

IAe24 Calquin

A01

A100

-

     

AF

HH

GA13

6

H19 Chickasaw

H3

H6

-

     

AF

HH

GA13

1

H5 Dragonfly

H2

-

-


                     
SADM Buenos Aires Moron

AF

FF

GC31

25

Meteor F4

C001

C100

-

     

AF

FF

GC32

25

Meteor F4

C001

C100

-


                     
SAEZ Buenos Aires Ezeiza

NA

TA

E51

2

C54E Skymaster

5T2

5T3

-

     

NA

TM

E52

13

C47A Skytrain

5T21

5T26

-

     

NA

TM

E53

15

C45H Expeditor

5G1

5G15

-

     

NA

COD

E53

4

TBM3R Avenger

5T31

5T34

-


                     
SACE Cordoba Cordoba

AF

TR

EA11

199

AT6 Texan

Ea701

Ea899

-

     

AF

TR

EA12

99

T34A Mentor

E01

E99

-

     

AF

TR

EA13

50

IAe35 Huanquero

E501

E550

-

     

AF

FF

EA13

74

IAe24 Calquin

A01

A100

-

     

AF

TR

EA14

32

T28A Trojan

E601

E658

-

     

AF

LL

EA15

12

MS760 Paris

E201

E212

-

     

AF

FF

CEV

4

IAe33 Pulqui II

02

05

-

     

AF

FF

CEV

4

VJ101E Busardo

I201

I204

-

     

AF

TR

CEV

2

TJ101E Busardo

E301

E302

-


                     
SAME Mendoza El Plumerillo

AF

FF

GA21

30

G55A Centauro

C01

C30

-

     

AF

FF

GA22

15

G55B Centauro

C31

C45

-

     

AF

FF

GC11

28

F86F40 Sabre

C101

C128

-


                     
SAZT Tandil Tandil

AF

FF

GC21

25

Meteor F4

C001

C100

-

AF

FF

GC22

25

Meteor F4

C001

C100

-


                     
(__) (Municipality) BAM:______

AF

FF

GC41

25

IAe33 Pulqui II

C150

C199

-

     

AF

FF

GC42

25

IAe33 Pulqui II

C150

C199

-


                     
SAOR Villa Reynolds Pringles

AF

FF

GC51

25

A4B Skyhawk

C201

C225

1966

     

AF

FF

GC52

25

A4B Skyhawk

C226

C250

1966

     

AF

BB

GB11

30

A694 Lincoln

B01

B30

-

     

AF

BB

GB12

15

A683 Lancaster

B31

B45

-

     

AF

BB

GB13

30

AT11B Kansan

E101

E130

-


                     
SAAI Punta del Indio Punta del Indio

NA

TR

ESC

8

SNJ4C Texan

1E213

1E220

-


                     
SAZB Bahia Blanca Cdt Espora

NA

ASW

E1E

8

P2V5 Neptune

2P30

2P37

-

     

NA

ASW

E2E

6

S2A Tracker

2AS1

2AS6

-

     

NA

SAR

E3E

4

J2F5 Duck

2G6

2G9

-

     

NA

SAR

E3E

4

JRF6B Goose

2P50

2P53

-

     

NA

SAR

E3E

5

PBY5A Catalina

2P301

2P305

-

     

NA

FF

E31

24

F9F2B Panther/J42

3A101

3A124

-

     

NA

FF

E31

12

F9F2B Panther/J42

3A125

3A136

-

     

NA

FF

E31

8

F9F2P Panther/J42

3F101

3F108

-

     

NA

TR

E31

2

F9F8T Cougar/J48

3A151

3A152

-

     

NA

FF

E32

20

F4U5NL Corsair

3A201

3A220

-

     

NA

TR

E33

15

SNJ5C Texan

3A301

3A315

-

     

NA

HH

E41

6

H19 Chickasaw

4H11

4H16

-

     

NA

SAR

E42

4

HU16B Albatross

4BS1

4BS4

-

     

NA

AEW

E43

12

TBM3W Avenger

4B11

4B12

-


                     
(__) (Municipality) BAM:______

NA

FF

E61

4

VJ101N Busardo

6C101

6C104

-

     

NA

TR

E61

2

TJ101N Busardo

6C151

6C152

-

     

NA

TR

E62

36

F9F8 Cougar/J48

6A201

6A236

-

     

NA

TR

E62

6

F9F8T Cougar/J48

6A251

6A256

-

     

NA

RF

E62

8

F9F8P Cougar/J48

6F201

6F208

-

     

NA

TR

E63

15

T28C Trojan

6E301

6E315

-

     

NA

FF

E63

8

IAe33 Pulqui IIN

6A301

6A308

-













-

Minicipality

Naval Bases

Serv

Type

Unit

Qty

Aicraft Name

Serials

Serials

-













-

Punta Alta Puerto Belgrano

NA

ASW

E2E

7

PBM5 Mariner

2P101

2P207

-


                     

 

 

 

 

All Airfields

 

S.

S.

S.

Sqn

ICAO

City

Base Year

Lat

Long

Rwy

Dir

Surface

L=ft

W=ft

Alt=ft

















-

-

-

-

Ascuncion

Pto.Sajonia 1953

25.2951

57.6698

-

-

River

-

-

0

AF

-

-

-

SARS

Resistencia

Roque.Saenz 2009

26.7556

60.4934

Rw1

03/21

Concrete

5910

110

302

-

-

AA

-

SARP

Posadas

J.de.SanMartin -

27.3858

55.9707

Rw1

01/19

Asphalt

7410

98

410

AF

-

-

-

SARE

Resistencia

J.de.SanMartin 1968

27.4500

59.0561

Rw1

03/21

Asphalt

9140

147

173

AF

-

-

-

SATR

Reconquita

Reconquista 1944

29.2103

59.6800

Rw1

10/28

Concrete

9160

164

161

AF

-

-

-

SATR

Reconquita

Reconquista 1944

29.2103

59.6800

Rw2

02/20

Concrete

4140

112

161

AF

-

AA

-

SACE

Cordoba

Cordoba 1937

31.4445

64.2839

Rw1

01/19

Asphalt

6180

154

1647

AF

-

AA

-

SACE

Cordoba

Cordoba 1937

31.4445

64.2839

Rw2

07/25

Dirt

5980

161

1647

AF

-

-

-

SAAP

Parana

Grl.Urquiza 1925

31.7948

60.4804

Rw1

01/19

Asphalt

6900

138

246

AF

-

AA

-

SAME

Mendoza

El.Plumerillo 1928

32.8317

68.7928

Rw1

18/39

Concrete

9580

177

2310

-

-

AA

-

SAAR

Rosario

Rosario -

32.9036

60.7850

Rw1

02/20

Concrete

9820

148

82

AF

-

-

-

SAOC

La.Higueras

Rio.Cuarto 1944

33.0851

64.2613

Rw1

05/23

Asphalt

7420

148

1381

AF

-

-

-

SAOC

La.Higueras

Rio.Cuarto 1944

33.0851

64.2613

Rw2

18/36

Asphalt

6810

131

1381

AF

-

-

-

SAOR

Villa.Reynolds

Pringles 1938

33.7299

65.3874

Rw1

06/24

Asphalt

7730

157

1594

AF

-

-

-

SAOR

Villa.Reynolds

Pringles 1938

33.7299

65.3874

Rw2

10/28

Asphalt

7760

144

1594

-

-

-

-

SAAK

Isla.St.Martin

Isla.St.Martin

-

34.1819

58.2469

Rw1

17/35

Asphalt

4150

98

7

-

-

AA

-

SADO

Buenos.Aires

Campo.Mayo 1961

34.5344

58.6717

Rw1

18/36

Asphalt

5770

98

78

AF

-

-

-

SABE

Buenos.Aires

J.Newbery 1955

34.5592

58.4156

Rw1

13/31

Concrete

6860

131

18

AF

-

-

-

SADJ

Buenos.Aires

M.Moreno 1971

34.5606

58.7896

Rw1

16/34

Asphalt

7900

131

92

AF

-

-

-

SADP

Buenos.Aires

El.Palomar 1922

34.6099

58.6126

Rw1

16/34

Concrete

6910

164

39

AF

-

-

-

SADM

Buenos.Aires

Moron 1926

34.6763

58.6428

Rw1

01/19

Asphalt

9350

125

95

AF

-

-

-

SADQ

Buenos.Aires

Quilmes 1943

34.7064

58.2444

Rw1

18/36

Grass

4060

98

7

AF

-

-

-

SAEZ

Buenos.Aires

Ezeiza 1960

34.8222

58.5358

Rw1

11/29

Asphalt

10827

262

67

AF

NA

-

-

SAEZ

Buenos.Aires

Ezeiza 1960

34.8222

58.5358

Rw2

17/35

Asphalt

9203

230

67

-

-

-

-

SAEZ

Buenos.Aires

Ezeiza 1960

34.8222

58.5358

Rw3

05/23

Asphalt

7215

230

67

-

NA

-

-

SAAI

Punta.Indio

Punta.Indio

1924

35.3533

57.2900

Rw1

05/23

Asphalt

6955

131

52

-

NA

-

-

SAAI

Punta.Indio

Punta.Indio

1924

35.3533

57.2900

Rw2

07/25

Asphalt

4593

98

52

-

NA

-

-

SAAI

Punta.Indio

Punta.Indio

1924

35.3533

57.2900

Rw3

12/30

Asphalt

3937

82

52

AF

-

-

-

SAZT

Tandil

Tandil 1944

37.2374

59.2279

Rw1

01/19

Concrete

8380

157

574

AF

-

-

-

SAM

Mar del Plata

Mar del Plata

1952

37.9342

57.5733

Rw1

13/31

Asphalt

7200

151

69

-

-

AA

-

SA20

Neuquen

Loma.La.Lata -

38.4138

68.7373

Rw1

09/27

Asphalt

2696

98

1328

AF

-

-

-

SAZB

Bahia.Blanca

Cdt.Espora 1960

38.7250

62.1693

Rw1

16L/34R

Asphalt

8629

262

246

AF

NA

-

-

SAZB

Bahia.Blanca

Cdt.Espora 1960

38.7250

62.1693

Rw2

06/24

Asphalt

5905

98

246

-

-

-

-

SAZB

Bahia.Blanca

Cdt.Espora 1960

38.7250

62.1693

Rw3

16R/34L

Asphalt

4921

98

246

-

-

-

-

Punta.Alta

Pto.Belgrano 1921

38.8342

62.0869

-

-

Sea

-

-

-

AF

-

-

-

SAHR

General.Roca

Grl.Roca -

39.0007

67.6205

Rw1

09/27

Asphalt

7073

148

853

-

NA

-

-

SAVY

Pto.Madryn

Pto.Madryn 1944

42.7592

65.1027

Rw1

05/23

Asphalt

8202

148

426

AF

NA

-

-

SAVT

Trelew

Alm.Zar 1961

43.2105

65.2703

Rw1

06/24

Concrete

8400

147

141

AF

-

AA

-

SAVC

Cdr.Rivadavia

Cdr.Rivadavia 1952

45.7853

67.4655

Rw1

07/25

Concrete

9022

164

198

-

NA

-

-

SAWD

Pto.Deseado

Pto.Deseado 1935

47.7353

65.9041

Rw1

06/24

Asphalt

5410

98

262

AF

-

-

-

SAWJ

Pto.SanJulian

Pto.San.Julian

-

49.3068

67.8026

Rw1

07/25

Concrete

6530

131

190

AF

-

-

-

SAWU

Pto.SantaCruz

Pto.SantaCruz

-

50.0165

68.5792

Rw1

07/25

Asphalt

6540

95

364

AF

NA

AA

-

SAWG

Rio.Gallegos

Rio.Gallegos

1952

51.6089

69.3126

Rw1

07/25

Concrete

11647

131

61

AF

NA

-

-

SAWE

Rio.Grande

Rio.Grande -

53.7777

67.7494

Rw1

07/25

Asphalt

6562

131

65

-

NA

-

-

SAWO

Ushuaia

Ushuaia

1947

54.8227

68.3043

Rw1

16/34

Asphalt

4462

98

20

-

NA

-

-

SAYE

Antartica

Esperanza 1952

56.2613

63.4790

Rw1

08/26

SNOW

3500

66

15

AF

-

-

-

SAWZ

Antartica

Matienzo 1961

64.0000

60.0000

Rw1

18/36

Dirt

4921

75

82

AF

-

-

-

SAWB

Antartica

Marambio 1970

65.2383

56.6308

Rw1

05/23

Dirt

3937

130

760

 

 
 

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