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British Aerospace Hawk Mk.132

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Garrisoned at Bidar Air Force Station from the No. 52 Squadron AKA "The Sharks.
The Hawk is now frequently used by the Indian Air Force for Advanced Jet Fighter Training for the Pilots after they are familiar with Intermediate Jet Fighter Training on the HAL Kiran MK.II. Seen here is a Rolls Royce Adour MK871 powered British Aerospace Hawk MK.132, A3697 on display at Hindon AFB.
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British Aerospace Hawk Mk.132

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8th October 2017
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Aircraft Data

The Bae Hawk is an advanced military jet training aircraft. The Hawk is in service worldwide but primarily with the Royal Air Force, Finnish Air Force, Royal Australian Air Force and Canadian Forces

Summary data for British Aerospace Hawk -
Country of originFirst flightNo. builtNo. in serviceCrewPassengers
United Kingdom1974681n/a2n/a


1 x Rolls Royce Adour engine.

1× Rolls-Royce Adour Mk.951 turbofan with FADEC, 29 kN (6,500 lbf)


1x30mm ADEN cannon,Up to 6,800 lb (3,085 kg) of weapons on five hard points, including:4× AIM-9 Sidewinder or ASRAAM on wing pylons and wing-tip rails. 1,500 lb (680 kg), limited to one centreline and two wing pylons (Hawk T.1)


Dimensions for British Aerospace Hawk -
Length40 ft. 7 in.
Wing Span32 ft. 7 in.
Height13 ft. 1 in.
Empty Weight9,880 lbs.
Max Weight20,069 lbs.


Performance of British Aerospace Hawk -
Max Speed638 mph
Cruise Speed575 mph
Ceiling44,500 ft.
Normal Range1,200mi.
Max Range1,565mi.

Updated 22nd January 2009

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