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  • MIL Mi-28NE
    Mi 28NE is capable of performing combat manoeuvres with vertical overload of up to 2 6 g sideways and tailfirst flights at a speed of up to 100km h and helicopter aerobatics EQUIPMENT The integrated avionics suite includes a highprecision navigation system comprising the inertial satellite and geophysical orientation systems a stabilised sighting system with optical IR TV channels featuring video radar image quality improvement and synthesis subsystems a thermal imaging system with a laser rangefinder a mast mounted radar helmetmounted target designation and display systems an onboard computer an electronic display system with MFDs an automated data transfer system a self defence system an automated control system and a flight mission data processing system The Mi 28NE is the world s best helicopter in terms of battlefield survivability Its automated control system restores proper engine operation after firing induced stalls thus extending the unguided weapons delivery range to cover the entire combat altitude and airspeed envelope ARMAMENT The Mi 28NE armament includes up to 16 Ataka V ATGMs up to eight Igla missiles up to 80 S 8 rockets in B8V20 A pods up to 20 S 13 rockets in B13L1 pods and up to four KMGU 2 smallsize

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  • BAe Hawk
    DIMENSIONS 60 Wing span 9 39m 30ft 10in length 11 85m 38ft 11 in height 3 98m 13ft 1in Wing area 16 7m 2 179 6sq ft 100 Wing span 9 94m 32ft 8in with wingtip AIM 9 missiles length including nose probe 11 68m 38ft 4in height 3 99m 12ft 1in Wing area 16 7m 2 179 6sq ft ACCOMMODATION Seating for two in tandem ARMAMENT 60 100 Up to 3000kg 6615lb of external ordnance including rocket pods bombs and cluster bombs AIM 9 Sidewinder AAMs and a centreline 30mm Aden cannon OPERATORS Brunei Finland Indonesia Kenya Kuwait Malaysia Oman Saudi Arabia Switzerland South Korea UAE UK Zimbabwe HISTORY One of the most successful trainer families of the past 25 years the Hawk has also been adopted for use by the US Navy and as a single seat attack aircraft both described separately Hawker Siddeley began initial design studies of a two seat jet trainer in 1968 under the designation P 1182 at a time when the RAF had a marked shortfall in trainer aircraft Hawker s design was subsequently formally adopted by the RAF in 1970 and the first aircraft a production standard T 1 there being no prototype or pre production aircraft flew for the first time on August 21 1971 In all the RAF took delivery of 176 Hawk T 1 s the first of which was delivered in 1976 In the mid 1980s 89 RAF Hawks were modified as T 1As wired to accept Sidewinders on the inboard pylons for emergency wartime use as air defence fighters alongside radar equipped Phantoms since retired and Tornado F 2 F 3s The first export Hawk was the Mk 50 which introduced a more powerful engine a higher max takeoff weight and greater stores carriage on four underwing

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  • Groen Hawk 4
    airborne law enforcement electronic news gathering aerial surveillance utility passenger transport and aerial application Jet Hawk 4T Original designation for turbine powered version Renamed Hawk 4 by 2002 Hawk 8 Proposed eight seat variant with four blade rotor and 559 kW 750 shp turboprop engine CUSTOMERS By May 2003 deposits on 148 aircraft had been taken via 12 dealerships Fractional ownership programme announced July 2001 but later dropped COSTS Around US 749 000 2003 DESIGN FEATURES Twin tailbooms supported by stub wings which also house main landing gear large twin stabilisers and rudders with fixed horizontal tail surface mounted between the vertical tails Two blade semi rigid aluminium teetering rotor with swashplate Rotor speed 270 rpm FLYING CONTROLS Patented collective pitch controlled rotor head allows smooth vertical take off zero ground roll and enhanced flight performance Rotor brake is standard Actuation by pushrods Patented dual control stack cyclic flight controls STRUCTURE Steel mast and engine mounts stressed skin aluminium semi monocoque fuselage tail unit hub structure and propeller composites nose engine cowling and wingtips acrylic windscreen and doors glass fibre nosecone and engine cowling LANDING GEAR Initially fixed tricycle type with electrohydraulically operated retractable gear to be offered later Mainwheel tyres 6 00x6 nosewheel 5 00x5 Cleveland hydraulic brakes Twin safety wheels at rear of tailbooms POWER PLANT Production prototype for Hawk series was powered by a 134 kW 180 hp Textron Lycoming O 360 A4M flat four Hawk H2X had one 335 kW 450 hp Geschwmder V 8 aluminium liquid cooled engine derated to 261 kW 350 hp at 2 500 rpm driving a Hartzell three blade constant speed propeller Hawk 4 piston powered version has air cooled six cylinder Teledyne Continental TSIO 550 rated at 261 kW 350 hp at 2 700 rpm prototype had four blade MTV propeller but production models will have Hartzell three blade constant speed propeller Engine provides power to rotor for prerotation to provide for short and vertical takeoff capability power to rotor system never engaged during flight Hawk 4 turbine powered version has one 313 kW 420 shp gas turbine engine driving three blade constant speed propeller Fuel capacity 284 litres 75 0 US gallons 62 5 Imp gallons in single tank at rear of fuselage refuelling point at top of fuselage Oil capacity 11 4 litres 3 0 US gallons 2 5 Imp gallons ACCOMMODATION Pilot and up to three passengers in enclosed cabin in two pairs of seats rear seats fold to provide baggage space SYSTEMS Electrical system 28 V DC AVIONICS Comms Honeywell KLX 135A GPS COM KT 76A transponder with Mode С PM 3000 intercom flight United Instruments suite DIMENSIONS EXTERNAL Rotor diameter 12 80 m 42 ft 0 in Rotor blade chord 0 34 m 1 ft 1 1 2 in Propeller diameter 1 93 m 6 ft 4 in Length of fuselage 7 31 m 24 ft 0 in Height overall 4 11 m 13 ft 6 in to top of fuselage 3 35 m 11

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  • HAWKER BEECHCRAFT
    on 6 August 1993 founded Raytheon Corporate Jets Inc at Little Rock Arkansas with responsibility for design development production and support of renamed Hawker family of corporate jets Hawker name derived by Raytheon from Hawker Siddeley parent company of de Havilland at conception of DH HS BAe 125 twin jet which forms basis of the current Hawker line Raytheon Corporate Jets included in Raytheon Aircraft Company upon its foundation on 15 September 1994 Former Beechjet 400A added to Hawker line in May 2003 In 2006 Raytheon sold the company to a consortium of Goldman Sachs and Onex Corporation This deal left the company with a heavy burden of debt which it struggled to support from the economic crisis of 2008 onwards In April 2012 it defaulted on interest payments and was in breach of banking covenants this caused widespread speculation that it would enter bankruptcy On 3 May 2012 the company entered bankruptcy filing voluntary petitions under Chapter 11 Title 11 United States Code in US Bankruptcy Court The bankruptcy resulted in the company accepting an offer to be purchased by Superior Aviation Beijing By 18 October 2012 the negotiations for the sale had failed and the company decided to

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  • HAWKER
    quality products as traction batteries stationary batteries and general purpose batteries for airborne and naval applications VARTA batteries produced by Hawker GmbH are currently used in fixed wing aircraft and rotorcraft operated by more than 190 carriers the world throughout including over 90 airlines in Russia CIS states and the Baltic States Hawker GmbH builds its aircraft storage battery production on decades of expertise and a unique philosophy of product

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  • Hawker 1000
    6 square miles A noise footprint is the area in which listeners would be significantly affected by jet engine noise In comparison the noise footprint of a typical twin turboprop would be 4 2 square miles A new feature of the PW305 engines is the added Full Authority Digital Control FADEC system which optimizes fuel use for the best possible performance The FADEC uses information from the air data system and the throttle to configure the engine s performance resulting in a good specific fuel consumption and better thrust The FADEC decreases pilot workload during engine startup and in flight for example it is programmed to automatically increase the thrust in one engine when the other fails The Hawker 1000 can take off in 5 950 feet at sea level and in 8 075 feet at an altitude of 5 000 feet The fairly low increase thirty six percent in runway distance at high altitude is achieved by the use of the engines Automatic Performance Reserve APR feature It allows the hot day temperature margins of the engines to be used for extra thrust on takeoff On other jets these margins can only be used for single engine takeoffs The Hawker 1000 can cruise at up to 453 knots 68 Mach at an altitude of 37 000 feet Its long range cruise speed is 400 knots 60 Mach while flying at 41 000 feet The Hawker 1000 has a maximum range of 3 530 miles 3 098 nautical miles On average when operating at maximum speed or range parameters it burns 1 400 pounds 232 gallons of fuel per hour and has a total fuel capacity of 11 300 pounds While cruising at maximum levels the noise levels in the passenger portion of the cabin are at 81 dbA The

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  • Hawker 4000
    with new advanced technologies so it was deliberately designed to look feel and fly like a Hawker The 4000 follows the line of the previous Hawker 1000 but compared to its predecessor the Horizon has a wider slightly longer fuselage with a flat floor a cabin with stand up headroom and a heavier maximum takeoff weight The fuselage has a length of 69 ft 2 in a wingspan of 61 ft 9 in and a height of 19 ft 7 in The empty weight is 23 500 lb The Horizon features an all composite fuselage built in three sections and manufactured using the automated fiber placement technology developed for the Premier I which was a parallel project that Raytheon was working on at the time The empennage features an aluminum sub structure and carbon fiber skin The carbon composite construction used in the Horizon gives it more interior space than many jets in its class This composite construction also makes the aircraft much lighter than a standard aluminum structure allowing a maximum range of 3 445 nautical miles and a service ceiling of 45 000 ft The flight deck systems feature a Primus Epic flight control system and flight management system The navigation suite consists of a dual VHF omni directional radio navigation system dual distance measuring equipment dual inertial navigation system dual global positioning system an electronic ground proximity warner a TCAS II terrain collision avoidance system and a Primus 880 color weather radar The aircraft is also equipped with twin wheeled hydraulically retractable tricycle type Messier Dowty landing gear which are fitted with hydraulically operated digitally controlled carbon disc brakes and an electronic anti skid system The Hawker 4000 has a crew of two pilots and can be typically set to accommodate eight people in a comfortable cabin

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  • HB FLUGTECHNIK
    aerial photography and advertising flying training aircraft charter and support of amateur constructors In 1998 distribution of HB 207 kits was assigned to Aero Service Thuringen of Erfurt Germany but this has now ceased In 2002 HB announced that it is working on more projects including the HB 401 high wing pusher HB 402 high wing design resembling Cessna 172 and HB 403 based around the company s Alfa The

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