|Royal Saudi Air Force|
|القوات الجوية الملكية السعودية|
|Size||63,000 personnel |
889 aircraft 
|Part of||Saudi Arabian Armed Forces|
|Commander of the Air Force||Lieutenant General Turki bin Bandar Al Saud|
|Attack||Tornado IDS GR.4|
|Boeing RE-3A, Boeing E-3A, Saab 2000 AEW&C|
|Fighter||Tornado ADV F3, Eurofighter Typhoon, F-15S Strike Eagle, F-15SA Strike Eagle|
|Helicopter||Bell 412, Bell 212, AS532, Sikorsky UH-60|
|Reconnaissance||Panavia Tornado, Beechcraft King Air 350ER|
|Trainer||Pilatus PC-21A, PAC MFI-395, Cirrus SR22, BAE Hawk|
|Transport||C-130H, C-130J, King Air 350, BAE Jetstream, Cessna Citation II, Gulfstream IV|
|Tanker||Boeing KE-3A, Airbus A330 MRTT, KC-130H/J|
The backbone of the RSAF is currently the Boeing F-15 Eagle, with the Panavia Tornado also forming a major component. The Tornado and many other aircraft were delivered under the Al Yamamah contracts with British Aerospace (now BAE Systems).
The RSAF ordered various weapons in the 1990s, including Sea Eagle anti-ship missiles, laser-guided bombs and gravity bombs. Al-Salam, a successor to the Al Yamamah agreement will see 48 Eurofighter Typhoons delivered by BAE.