Schemes: 1 - British Aerospace Hawk T.Mk.1, No.151 (Fighter) Squadron, Royal Air Force Chivenor, Devon, England, July 1983
2 - British Aerospace Hawk T.Mk.1, No.208 (R) Squadron, Royal Air Force Valley, Anglesey, Wales, April 2016 Squadron Centenary scheme The agile and reliable BAe Hawk T.1 has been providing the Royal Air Force with an effective advanced jet pilot training platform for over 40 years, replacing the Folland Gnat in this role. With over 1000 aircraft produced, the Hawk has also proved to be one of Britains most lucrative post-war aviation export successes.
- Number of parts: 59
- Flying hours: 1
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