Category:BAE Systems Hawk

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BAE Systems Hawk T1A seen in Les chevaliers du ciel.

The BAE Systems Hawk is a British single-engine, advanced jet trainer aircraft which first flew in 1974. Design by Hawker Siddeley, it was sold by British Aerospace between 1977 and 1999. Actually, it's BAE Systems which is still promoting the numerous variants, some dedicated to export (series 50), advanced training and weapons training (series 60), improved versions with a redesigned wing (series 100), even a single seat, lightweight multirole combat fighter (series 200).

A dedicated naval version for the US Navy have been developed from the Hawk 60 for use in aircraft carrier training (BAe/McDonnell Douglas T-45 Goshawk).

This page lists all films that feature the BAE Systems Hawk.

See also

Pages in category "BAE Systems Hawk"

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