With the withdrawl of the Hunter in 1994 the Swiss Air Force reduced the number of its active and reserve airfields. As of today, the Swiss Air Force only has 8 active bases:
Airfields closed with the withdrawl of the Hunter and since are:
Further airbases being closed before included the ones at Ambri, Frutigen, Kaegiswil, Muenster, Reichenbach, Saanen and Zweisimmen. The highest number of airbases / airfield of the Swiss Air Force was 75.
These closures also affected some of the ranges (such as the Alpnachersee-Range). Today, there are three major ranges still active – with Dammastock only being used for air-to-air gunnery during the wintertime: