Other equipment of the FACh includes a single Boeing 707-351C ex-LAN-Chile for long-range transport operations.
Some two dozen C-47s have been used by the FACh and several remain in service
A total of 18 DHC-2 Beavers was acquired by the FACh, the first being delivered in 1954.
The F-80C Shooting Star entered FACh service at the end of the fifties.
Hunter FGA Mk 71s of Grupo No 8 of the Cerro Moreno-based Brigada Aerea.
A Hunter FGA Mk 71 of Grupo No 8 of the same Brigada Aerea. Another unit, Grupo No 9, is expected to re-form on Hunters during the course of this year.
Eight Sikorsky S-55Cs were supplied to the FACh from March 1957, one of these being illustrated
The last of six DC-6s was withdrawn from FACh and disposed of in March 1982.
A pair of C-130H Hercules form part of the mixed fleet of Grupo No 10 at Los Cerrillos, the principal transport component of the FACh;
A Lockheed C-130H Hercules of the Fuerza Aerea de Chile, in two-tone camouflage.
A-37B light attack aircraft of Grupo No 1 operating from Los Condores, Chucumata.
The A-37B light attack aircraft currently equips two Grupos, Nos 1 and 12. This type is expected to give place to the C-101CC Halcon during the second half of the decade.
A dozen Catalinas were supplied to the FACh in both PBY-5 and OA-10 versions, the former version being illustrated
The Beechcraft Mentor (on photo) - Cessna T-37C flying training syllabus at the Escuela de Aviacion at El Bosque is now giving place to a T-35 Pillan - T-36 Halcon syllabus and a full complement of the latter trainers will be attained this year.
German aircraft types obtained by the FACh in the twenties and thirties included the Arado Ar 95B.
The DHC-6 Twin Otter is primarily operated by Grupo No 6 of the IV Brigada Aerea, but some serve with the III Brigada Aerea's sole unit, Grupo No 5.
German aircraft types obtained by the FACh in the twenties and thirties included the Dornier Wal
Mirage 50FCH fighters of Grupo No 4 which currently operates from Santiago’s Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport
The major infusion of training aircraft received by the FACh from 1942 included a number of Vultee BT-13 basic trainers as illustrated here.
The Beechcraft Mentor - Cessna T-37C (on photo) flying training syllabus at the Escuela de Aviacion at El Bosque is now giving place to a T-35 Pillan - T-36 Halcon syllabus and a full complement of the latter trainers will be attained this year.
AT-36 Halcon alias CASA C-101BB Aviojet which has now entered service with the Escuela de Aviacion at El Bosque
An F-5E Tiger II of the la Brigada Aerea's Grupo No 7 which operates from the North Chilean base of Cerro Moreno, Antofagasta
The Vampire trainer provided the FACh with its first jet equipment and the last example of this type was not withdrawn until comparatively recently.