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With 20 units operating worldwide, the Eurofighter Typhoon fleet had completed over 210,000 flying hours by November 2013 with unparalleled operational statistics from Europe to the South Atlantic and the Middle East. A seventh customer, Oman, has ordered 12 aircraft.

Royal Air Force, United Kingdom

The RAF received its first operational squadrons at Coningsby, Lincolnshire in 2004, with a subsequent squadron at Leuchars, Fife in 2008. The RAF is the biggest Eurofighter Typhoon customer with the 100th aircraft delivered to No 1 (Fighter) Squadron at RAF Leuchars in January 2013. The UK is a key member of the Eurofighter Typhoon consortium.

3 Squadron RAF
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3 Squadron

Base: RAF Coningsby
Location United Kingdom

11 Squadron RAF
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11 Squadron

Base: RAF Coningsby
Location United Kingdom

29 Squadron
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29 Squadron

Base: RAF Coningsby
Location United Kingdom

41 Squadron
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41 Squadron

Base: RAF Coningsby
Location United Kingdom

1 Squadron RAF
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1 Squadron

Base: RAF Leuchars
Location United Kingdom

6 Squadron RAF
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6 Squadron

Base: RAF Leuchars
Location United Kingdom

Falkland Islands No 1435 Flight
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Falkland Islands No 1435 Flight

Base: Mount Pleasant
Location Falkland Islands

Luftwaffe, Germany

The first Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft were accepted by the Luftwaffe in 2003. Three units operate the Eurofighter Typhoon in Germany; they are called Tactical Air Wings. Germany hosts the Eurofighter Typhoon organisation and is a key member of the consortium.

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Taktisches Luftwaffengeschwader 74

Base: Neuburg / Donau
Location Germany

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Taktisches Luftwaffengeschwader 73 "Steinhoff"

Base: Laage
Location Germany

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Taktisches Luftwaffengeschwader 31 "Boelcke"

Base: Nörvenich
Location Germany

Aeronautica Militare, Italy

Italy is a key member of the Eurofighter Typhoon consortium. The 18th Gruppo based at Trapani Air Force Base (AFB) in Sicily, Italy, became the 20th squadron to operate Eurofighter Typhoon in November 2012. It joins squadrons in Grosseto and Gioia del Colle. The Italian Air Force uses the Eurofighter Typhoon as the main nation's asset for air defence and coalition missions.

4th Wing IX Gruppo
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4th Wing

Base: Grosseto
Location Italy

36th Wing
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36th Wing

Base: Gioia del Colle
Location Italy

37th Wing
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37th Wing

Base: Trapani Birgi AFB, Sicily
Location Italy

Ejercito del Aire, Spain

Spain is a key member of the Eurofighter Typhoon consortium and received its first aircraft in 2003. By February 2010 the aircraft had achieved over 10,000 hours in operation.

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111 Operational Squadrons

Base: Moron
Location Spain

113 Squadron, OCU Tactical pilot training and evaluation
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113 Squadron, OCU Tactical pilot training and evaluation

Base: Moron
Location Spain

142 Operational Squadron
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142 Operational Squadron

Base: Albacete
Location Spain

Luftstreitkräfte, Austria

Austria saw the first sale of Eurofighter Typhoon outside of the four consortium member states, and since July 2007 the 15 Austrian jets have accumulated more than 5,000 flying hours. Austria now operates the world’s most advanced swing-role combat aircraft securing and defending Austrian air space.

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Überwachungsgeschwader

Base: Zeltweg
Location Austria

Royal Saudi Air Force

In 2006 Saudi Arabia agreed to purchase 72 Eurofighter Typhoons.