State Department spokesperson, warned Venezuela that "without the written consent of the United States, Venezuela can't transfer these defense articles, and in this case Fs, to a third country". The first, limited re-location of several units—including disbandment of some and establishment of new squadrons—occurred in late , when the F-4D fleet was concentrated at Shiraz, two squadrons of F-4Es moved from Shiraz to Hamedan, and a squadron of F Tomcats deployed to Mehrabad. Other deployments during the war with Iraq were mainly of temporary character, even if a major re-organization of existing air-defense assets—foremost SAM and AAA units—was undertaken in There has been no major re-organization during all of the s, either.
In , Iran changed the status of its airports and former Tac Air Bases in combined airfields according to its current policy of having limited fixed units stationed as IRIAF's new policy is using composite units. These composite units may be stationed at any airfield and may be moved overnight to any other airfield at short notice. Therefore, all combined airfields are or will be accommodated with basic cross-service capabilities to handle all IRIAF aircraft. While Iran has been under sanctions since and these sanctions have become more intense after the country started its nuclear program, Iran has become one of only a handful of countries capable of servicing and overhauling its own military and civilian aircraft.
However, less tension in the current international situation led to a decrease of the sanctions, and the Iranian government is now capable again in ordering a new fleet of civilian aircraft replacing the aged types. China denied that it had agreed to sell its home-grown fighter jets to Iran, saying no talks had taken place. Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao told reporters: "It's not true, it is an irresponsible report, China has not had talks with Iran on J jets.
The plane, now called the FC-1 is an export version of the JF Thunder and entered production in As of Iran hasn't received any such plane. In the last several years several new airfields have been constructed in central- and eastern Iran. These are the first such bases established since Except new airfields, with Chinese support, the IRIAF constructed also a number of new early warning radar sites around the country.
Its ability to control the national airspace, however, remains limited—mainly due to the rugged terrain and lack of airborne early warning assets. Ex-Iraqi Mirage F. On 8 March , Iran declared that it has successfully armed some of its front-line fighter jets with domestically manufactured long-range air-to-surface missiles , which are capable of hitting targets within a range of more than kilometers at sea.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about Air Force of Iran's regular military. Air warfare branch of Iran's regular military. Main article: History of the Iranian Air Force. Main article: List of aircraft of the Iranian Air Force.
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