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Hawker Sea Fury 

1945
Hawker Siddeley–Hawker
Aircraft on photo: Hawker Sea Fury FB 11
 
Data for: Hawker Sea Fury FB 11  
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
740 km/h
(460 mph) Length:
Type:
naval fighter-bomber
Range: 1.127 km
(700 mi)
Span:
Description:
the last propeller-driven fighter in Royal    Ferry range:
1.675 km
(1.040 mi)
Height:
  Navy and one of the fastest production   Ceiling: 10.900 m
(35.800 ft)
Max weight:
  single piston-engined aircraft ever built Climb rate: 14,2 m/s (2.778 ft/min)
Number built:
First flight:
1945
Crew: 1   
 
10,6 m   
(34 ft 8 in)
11,7 m
(38 ft 5 in)
4,9 m
(16 ft 1 in)
5.670 kg  
(12.500 lb)
860 (total)
 
   
Engine:               1 × Bristol Centaurus XVIIC 18-cylinder twin-tow radial engine
 
  
Power:    1 x 1.850 kW (1 x 2.480 HP                                 
                          
Armament: Guns: 4 x 20 mm (4 x 0.79 in)
   
  Rockets: 12 x 7,62 mm (12 x 3 in)
   
  Bombs: 907 kg (2.000 lb)
   
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
History of War
Airvectors



Hawker Sea Fury T 61

1947
 
Aircraft on photo: Hawker Sea Fury T 61                                                                  Photo source: Keypublishing.com  
Data for: Hawker Sea Fury T 61     
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
716 km/h
(445 mph)   
Length:
Type:
fighter-trainer
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Sea Fury two-seat trainer prototype with  Ferry range:
2.108 km
(1.310 mi)
Height:
  separated cockpits built for Pakistani and  Ceiling: 10.850 m
(35.600 ft)
Max weight:
  Iraq air forces
Climb rate: NA  
Number built:
First flight:
1947
Crew: 2   
 
10,6 m   
(34 ft 8 in)
11,68 m
(38 ft 4 in)
4,82 m
(15 ft 10 in)
5.410 kg  
(11.930 lb)
   7
 
   
Engine:                1 × Bristol Centaurus XVIII radial engine
 
  
Power:    1 x 1.900 kW (1 x 2.550 HP                                 
                          
Armament: none
   
More info  / sources:
PM Model
Key Publishing
KG Wings
Airvectors

 

 

Hawker Sea Fury T 20

1948
 
Aircraft on photo: Hawker Sea Fury T 20  
Data for: Hawker Sea Fury T 20  
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
716 km/h
(445 mph)   
Length:
Type:
fighter-trainer
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Sea Fury two-seat trainer originally developed Ferry range:
2.108 km
(1.310 mi)
Height:
  as a private venture by Hawker Ceiling: 10.850 m
(35.600 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1948
Climb rate: NA  
Number built:
Crew: 2       
 
10,6 m   
(34 ft 8 in)
10,46 m
(34 ft 4 in)
4,85 m
(15 ft 11 in)
5.410 kg  
(11.930 lb)
   60
 
   
Engine:               1 × Bristol Centaurus XVIII radial engine
 
  
Power:    1 x 1.900 kW (1 x 2.550 HP                                 
                          
Armament: Guns: 2 x 20 mm (2 x 0.79 in)
   
  Rockets: 12 x 7,62 mm (12 x 3 in)
   
  Bombs: 907 kg (2.000 lb)
   
More info/sources:
History of War
Touchdown Aviation
Stringbag Flyer
RN Historic Flight
 

 

Hawker Sea Fury T20 Dreadnaught

1983
Hawker Fury T20 Dreadnaught  
Aircraft on photo: Hawker Sea Fury T20 Dreadnaught  
Data for: Hawker Sea Fury T20 Dreadnaught  
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
805 km/h
(500 mph)  
Length:
Type:
racer
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Sea Fury ultimate development with much  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  more powerfull engine Ceiling: NA

Gross weight:
First flight: 1983
Climb rate: NA  
Number built:
Crew: 2       
 
10,82 m   
(35 ft 6 in)
11,71 m
(38 ft 5 in)
5,21 m
(17 ft 1 in)
5.670 kg  
(12.500 lb)
1
 
More info /sources:
Engine:               1 × Pratt & Whitney R-4360 Wasp Major
 
  
Power:    1 x 2.980+ kW (1 x 4.000+ HP)                             
                          
Armament: none
   
Sanders Aircraft
Aviastar
Wikipedia

 

 

Hawker P.1040

1947
 
Aircraft on photo: Hawker P.1040                                                      Photo source: Warbirdinformationexchange.org  
   
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
967 km/h
(600 mph)    
Length:
Type:
fighter prototype
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Sea Hawk unarmed and un-navalised    Endurance:
2 h 18 min

Height:
  prototype   Ceiling: 14.478 m
(47.500 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1947
Climb rate: NA  
Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
11,46 m   
(37 ft 7 in)
11,12 m
(36 ft 6 in)
2,64 m
(8 ft 8 in)
5.080 kg  
(11.200 lb)
   1
 
More info / sources:
Engine:                1 × Rolls-Royce Nene RN.1 turbojet
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 20 kN (1 x 4.500 lbf                                 
                          
Armament: none
   
History of War
Tanks 45
Wikipedia

 

 

Hawker Sea Hawk

1948
 
Aircraft on photo: Hawker Sea Hawk FGA 6                                                        Photo source: Flickr by davemacvac
 
Data for: Hawker Sea Hawk FGA 6   
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
967 km/h
(600 mph)    
Length:
Type:
naval fighter
Range: 770 km
(480 mi)
Span:
Description:
Hawker first jet aircraft which became Royal  Ferry range:
2.252 km
(1.400 mi)
Height:
  Navy reliable and sturdy workhorse as well  Ceiling: 13.564 m
(44.500 ft)
Max weight:
  as export success
Climb rate: 29 m/s
(5.700 ft/min)  Number built:
First flight: 1948 (Hawker N.7/46)
Crew: 1   
 
12,09 m   
(39 ft 8 in)
11,89 m
(39 ft 0 in)
2,64 m
(8 ft 8 in)
7.325 kg  
(16.150 lb)
542 (total)
 
   
Engine:               1 × Rolls-Royce Nene 103 turbojet
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 23,1 kN (1 x 5.200 lbf                                 
                          
Armament: Hardpoints: 6 under wings Guns: 4 x 20 mm (4 x 0.79 in)  
  Rockets: 16 – 20 Bombs: 4 x 227 kg (4 x 500 lb)  
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Airwar
Aviastar


 

Hawker P.1052

1948
 
Aircraft on photo: Hawker P.1052                         Photo source: Flickr by San Diego Air and Space Museum Archives  
   
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.098 km/h
(683 mph)    
Length:
Type:
experimental fighter
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Hawker P.1040 development with swept  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  wings at 35° angle Ceiling: 13.870 m
(45.500 ft)
Loaded weight:
First flight: 1948
Climb rate: 19,6 m/s
(3.864 ft/min)  Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
12,07 m   
(39 ft 7 in)
9,60 m
(31 ft 6 in)
3,20 m
(10 ft 6 in)
6.118 kg  
(13.488 lb)
   2
 
   
Engine:               1 × Rolls-Royce Nene RN.2 turbojet exhausting through wing root pipes
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 22,2 kN (1 x 5.000 lbf                                 
                   
Armament: none
   
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
  Aviastar
Airwar
  Ed Coates

 

 

Hawker P.1072

1950
 
Aircraft on photo: Hawker P.1072                                                                         Photo source: Flickr by Giant Rider
 
   
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
890 km/h
(553 mph)    
Length:
Type:
experimental fighter
Range: 560 km
(350 mi)
Span:
Description:
modified from Hawker P.1040 with rocket Ferry range:
NA
Height:
  engine in rear fuselage Ceiling: 13.564 m
(44.500 ft)
Loaded weight:
First flight: 1950
Climb rate: 25 m/s
(5.000 ft/min)
Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
11,46 m   
(37 ft 7 in)
11,13 m
(36 ft 6 in)
2,67 m
(8 ft 9 in)
6.577 kg  
(14.500 lb)
   1
 
   
Engines:             1 × Rolls-Royce Nene 103 turbojet
 
  
  1 × Armstrong Siddeley Snarler ASSn.1 rocket engine
   
Thrust:    1 x 23,1 kN (1 x 5.180 lbf) turbojet
                         
  1 x 8,9 kN (1 x 2.000 lbf) rocket engine
   
Armament: none
   
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Airwar
History of War
Aviastar

 

 

Hawker P.1081

1950
 
Aircraft on photo: Hawker P.1081                                                                      Photo source: Avionslegendaires.net  
   
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.119 km/h
(695 mph)    
Length:
Type:
experimental fighter
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
converted from the second P.1052 with  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  fully swept fin and tail surfaces Ceiling: 13.900 m
(45.600 ft)
Loaded weight:
First flight: 1950
Climb rate: 18,7 m/s
(3.684 ft/min)  Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
11,38 m   
(37 ft 4 in)
9,60 m
(31 ft 6 in)
4,04 m
(13 ft 3 in)
6.570 kg  
(14.480 lb)
   1
 
More info / sources:
Engine:              1 × Rolls-Royce Nene RN.2 turbojet exhausting through wing root pipes  
  
Thrust:    1 x 22,2 kN (1 x 5.000 lbf                                 
                          
Armament: none
   
Wikipedia
  History of War
Airwar
  Avia Deja Vu
Aviastar
   


 

Hawker P.1067

1951
 
Aircraft on photo: Hawker P.1067 WB202
 
   
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
NA        
     
Length:
Type:
fighter prototype
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Hawker Hunter prototype plane Ferry range:
NA
  Height:
First flight: 1951 Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
Crew: 1 Climb rate: NA
  Number built:
14 m   
(45 ft 11 in)
10,26 m  
(33 ft 8 in)
4,0 m
(13 ft 2 in)
NA  

3
 
Engine:                  1 × Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire 101 axial turbojet
                                      
More info/sources: 
Thrust:    1 x 35,60 kN (1 x 8.000 lbf)                           
                         1000 Aircraft Photos
Armament: Guns: 4 x 30 mm (4 x 1.18 in)
  Hrvatski vojnik

        
Wikipedia
  Wikipedia
Airvectors
  Vicflintham

 

 

Hawker Hunter

1951
 
Aircraft on photo: Hawker Hunter F.6A
 
Data for: Hawker Hunter F.6  
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.150 km/h
(715 mph)    
Length:
Type:
multirole fighter
Range: 900 km
(559 mi)
Span:
Description:
one of the most successful British fighters  Ferry range:
3.060 km
(1.900 mi)
Height:
  which served in 22 air forces during more Ceiling: 15.240 m
(50.000 ft)
Max weight:
  then 50 years Climb rate: 87,4 m/s
(17.200 ft/min)  Number built:
First flight: 1951 (Hawker P.1067 prototype)
Crew: 1   
 
14,0 m   
(45 ft 11 in)
10,26 m
(33 ft 8 in)
4,01 m
(13 ft 2 in)
11.158 kg  
(24.600 lb)
1.972 (total)
 
   
Engine:              1 × Rolls-Royce Avon 207 turbojet
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 45,13 kN (1 x 10.145 lbf                                 
                          
Armament: Guns: 4 x 30 mm (4 x 1.18 in)
   
  Hardpoints: 4 under wings
   
  Hardpoints capacity: 3.400 kg (7.400 lb)
   
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Aviastar
Airwar
Thunder & Lightnings

 

 

Hawker Hunter Mk 3

1953
 
Aircraft on photo: Hawker Hunter Mk 3
 
   
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.171 km/h
(727.6 mph)    
Length:
Type:
record plane
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
first Hunter prototype modified with  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  new engine and pointed nose which
Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
  set a world speed record in 1953 Climb rate: NA
  Number built:
First flight: 1953
Crew: 1   
 
14,0 m   
(45 ft 11 in)
10,26 m  
(33 ft 8 in)
4,01 m
(13 ft 2 in)
NA

1
 
More info /sources:
Engine:               1 × Rolls-Royce Avon RA.7R turbojet
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 42,70 kN (1 x 9.600 lbf)                            
                          
Armament: none
   
Ed Coates Collection
Wikipedia
Tangmere Museum

 

 

Hawker Hunter T

1955
 
Aircraft on photo: Hawker Hunter T.7
 
Data for: Hawker Hunter T.7  
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
985 km/h
(612 mph)    
Length:
Type:
fighter-trainer
Range: 713 km
(443 mi)
Span:
Description:
Hawker Hunter training version Ferry range:
3.060 km
(1.900 mi)
Height:
First flight: 1955 (Hawker P.1101 prototype) Ceiling: 14.326 m
(47.000 ft)
Max weight:
Crew: 2 Climb rate: NA
  Number built:
14,90 m   
(48 ft 11 in)
10,26 m
(33 ft 8 in)
4,01 m
(13 ft 2 in)
8.400 kg
(18.520 lb)
93 (T.7), 41
(T.8), 1 (T.12),
Variants:            T.7, T.8, T.12, T.53, T.62, T.66, T.68, T.69, T.70, T.72, T.75, T.77, T.79, T.81
4 (T.53), 46 (T.66), 8 (T.68)…
Engine:              1 × Rolls-Royce Avon RA.122 turbojet
                                           
More info/sources: 
Thrust:    1 x 33,6 kN (1 x 7.557 lbf                                 
                          
Armament: Guns: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)
   
  Hardpoints: 4 under wings
   
Airwar
History of War
Thunder & Lightnings
Wikipedia


 

Hawker P.1109 Hunter

1956
 
Aircraft on photo: Hawker P.1109B Hunter              Photo source: D.J. Griffin: Hawker Hunter, In UK & Foreign Service
 
   
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.150 km/h
(715 mph)    
Length:
Type:
fighter prototype
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Hunter FGA.9 with a more advanced radar  Ferry range:
NA
Height:
  housed in an extended nosecone and armed
Ceiling: 15.240 m
(50.000 ft)
Max weight:
  with Firestreak air-to-air missiles Climb rate: 87,4 m/s
(17.200 ft/min)  Number built:
First flight: 1956
Crew: 1   
 
15,2 m   
(49 ft 10 in)
10,26 m
(33 ft 8 in)
4,01 m
(13 ft 2 in)
11.158 kg 
(24.600 lb)
4
 
More info /sources:
Engine:              1 × Rolls-Royce Avon 207 turbojet
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 45,13 kN (1 x 10.145 lbf                                 
                          
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)
   
  Hardpoints: 4 under wings
   
  Missiles: 2 x Firestreak air-to-air
   
Vicflintham
NZ Warbirds
Wikipedia
Wings Palette
Scribd

 

 

Hawker Hunter T.8M

1980
 
Aircraft on photo: Hawker Hunter T.8M    
 
Data for: Hawker Hunter T.8M  
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.110 km/h
(690 mph) 
Length:
Type:
fighter-trainer
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
T.8 fitted with the Sea Harrier's Blue Fox radar & Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  used by Royal Navy to train Sea Harrier pilots Ceiling: 15.240 m
(50.000 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1980
Climb rate: NA
  Number built:
Crew: 2        
14,90 m   
(48 ft 10.5 in)
10,26 m
(33 ft 8 in)
4,01 m
(13 ft 2 in)
11.340 kg 
(25.000 lb)
3
 
   
Engine:              1 x Rolls Royce Avon Mk12201 turbojet
                                                 
More info/sources: 
Thrust:    1 x 35,60 kN (1 x 8.000 lbf)                             
                         Vicflintham
Armament: NA
  Fleet Air Arm
    Go-dove
  Wikipedia
  Airvectors

 

 

Hawker P.1121

1958
 
Aircraft on photo: Hawker P.1121 mock up                                                                     Photo source: RCgroups.com
 
   
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
2.394 km/h
(1.488 mph)
Length:
Type:
fighter-bomber
Range: 1.930 km
(1.200 mi)
Span:
Description:
British supersonic fighter taken to the stage  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  of unfinished prototype aircraft and Ceiling: NA

Loaded weight:
  financed by Hawker itself Climb rate: NA
  Number built:
Canceled: 1958
Crew: 1   
 
20,27 m   
(66 ft 6 in)
11,28 m
(37 ft 0 in)
4,51 m
(14 ft 10 in)
19.730 kg  
(43.500 lb)
1 mock up
 
1 unfinished
 prototype
Engine:               1 × de Havilland-Gyron, Bristol-Siddeley-Olympus or Rolls-Royce-Conway turbojet
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 89 kN (1 x 20.000 lbf) de Havilland-Gyron PS.26-3 dry thrust
               
  1 x 120,1 kN (1 x 27.000 lbf) de Havilland-Gyron PS.26-3 with reheat    
Armament: Guns: 30 mm (1.18 in)
   
  Rockets: 50 x 50,8 mm (2 in)    
More info   sources:
Wikipedia
  Secret Projects
RC Groups
  Abovetopsecret

  Key Publishing
Source:  
           .Missiles: 2 x air-to-air                                                
   
Derek Wood: Project Canceled

 


Hawker P.1127

1960
 
Aircraft on photo: Hawker P.1127  
Data for: Hawker P.1127  
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.150 km/h
(715 mph)  
Length:
Type:
experimental V/STOL aircraft
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
experimental aircraft that led to the Hawker Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  Siddeley Harrier Ceiling: 15.200 m
(49.870 ft)
Loaded weight:
First flight: 1960 Climb rate: NA
  Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
12,55 m   
(41 ft 2 in)
7,42 m
(24 ft 4 in)
3,28 m
(10 ft 9 in)
7.031 kg  
(15.500 lb)
   6
 
.  
Engine:               1 x Bristol-Siddeley Pegasus 3 (BS. 53/3)
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 49 kN (1 x 11.015 lbf                                 
                          
Armament: none
   
More.info / sources:
Wikipedia
VSTOL
Wikipedia Science.Museum


 

Hawker Kestrel

1964
 
Aircraft on photo: Hawker Kestrel FGA.1                                                                         Photo source: Avia Deja Vu
 
Data for: Hawker Kestrel FGA.1  
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.046 km/h
(650 mph)    
Length:
Type:
V/STOL fighter prototype
Range: 560 km
(348 mi)
Span:
Description:
Hawker P.1127 evaluation aircraft with fully  Ferry range:
2.000 km
(1.242 mi)
Height:
  swept wing, a taller vertical tail, and a bulged Ceiling: 16.750 m
(55.000 ft)
Max weight:
  and slightly lengthened fuselage Climb rate: 150 m/s
(30.000 ft/min)
Number built:
First flight: 1964 Crew: 1   
 
12,95 m   
(42 ft 6 in)
6,99 m
(22 ft 11 in)
3,28 m
(10 ft 9 in)
7.700 kg  
(17.000 lb)
   9
 
   
Engine:              1 x Bristol-Siddeley Pegasus 5 vectored-thrust turbofan
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 67 kN (1 x 15.000 lbf                                 
                          
Armament: none
   
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
  Airwar
Wikipdeia
  Aviastar


 

BAe Sea Harrier FRS

1978
 
Aircraft on photo: BAe Sea Harrier FRS.1
 
Data for: BAe Sea Harrier FRS.1  
Manufacturer:
British Aerospace, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.190 km/h
(740 mph)    
Length:
Type:
V/STOL naval fighter
Range: 795 km
(494 mi)
Span:
Description:
Harrier development for British and Indian  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  aircraft carriers which participated in  Ceiling: 15.300 m
(50.200 ft)
Max weight:
  Falkland, Gulf and Balkan wars Climb rate: NA
  Number built:
First flight: 1978 Crew: 1 More 
info/sources:
14,50 m   
(47 ft 7 in)
7,70 m
(25 ft 3 in)
3,71 m
(12 ft 2 in)
11.880 kg  
(26.190 lb)
80 (FRS.1;
FRS.51)
Airwar  
Engine:               1 × Rolls-Royce Pegasus Mk.104 vectored thrust turbofan
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 95,6 kN (1 x 21.500 lbf                                 
                          
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)
   
  Hardpoints: 4 under wings and 1 bellow fuselage
   
Harrier.org
Airvectors
Wikipedia
Wikipedia

 

 

BAe Harrier T.4N / T.8 / T.60

1983
 
Aircraft on photo: BAe Harrier T.8
 
Data for: BAe Harrier T.4N  
Manufacturer:
British Aerospace, United Kingdom
Max speed (est):
1.100 km/h
(680 mph)    
Length:
Type:
V/STOL naval fighter-trainer
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Harrier navalised 2-seat training version  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  for the Royal Navy and Indian Navy with Ceiling: 15.600 m
(51.200 ft)
Max weight:
  avionics fittings based on Sea Harrier Climb rate: NA
  Number built:
First flight: 1983 (T.4N)
Crew: 2   
 
15,90 m   
(47 ft 2 in)
7,70 m
(25 ft 3 in)
4,16 m
(13 ft 8 in)
11.800 kg  
(26.000 lb)
4 (T.4N);
7 (T.8),
6 (T.60)  
Engine:             1 × Rolls-Royce Pegasus Mk.103 vectored thrust turbofan
 
More info/sources:
Thrust:    1 x 95,6 kN (1 x 21.500 lbf                                 
                            
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)
   
  Hardpoints: 4 under wings and 1 bellow fuselage
   
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BAe Sea Harrier FA.2

1988
 
Aircraft on photo: BAe Sea Harrier FA.2  
Data for: BAe Sea Harrier FA.2  
Manufacturer:
British Aerospace, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.182 km/h
(735 mph)    
Length:
Type:
V/STOL naval multirole fighter
Range: 1.000 km
(620 mi)
Span:
Description:
FRS.1 upgrade with Blue Vixen   Ferry range:
3.600 km
(2.000 mi)
Height:
  Pulse-Doppler radar, converted from FRS.1 Ceiling: 16.000 m
(51.000 ft)
Max weight:
  but also some newly built   Climb rate: 250 m/s
(50.000 ft/min)
Number built:
First flight: 1988 Crew: 1   
 
14,20 m   
(46 ft 7 in)
7,70 m
(25 ft 3 in)
3,71 m
(12 ft 2 in)
11.900 kg  
(26.200 lb)
   49        –
18 newbuilt
              31 converted
Engine:               1 × Rolls-Royce Pegasus Mk.106 vectored thrust turbofan
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 95,6 kN (1 x 21.500 lbf                                 
                          
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)
   
  Hardpoints: 4 under wings and 1 bellow fuselage
   
  Hardpoints capacity: 3.630 kg (8.000 lb)
   
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Harrier.org
Airwar
Airvectors


 

BAe Harrier PCB test aircraft

1983
 
Aircraft on photo: BAe Harrier PCB                                                                            Photo source: Prototypes.free.fr  
   
Manufacturer:
British Aerospace, United Kingdom
Max speed:
NA
      
Length:
Type:
test aircraft
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
built from remains of Gr.1 and T.2 Hariers to  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  develop a form of afterburning engine  Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
  (Plenum Chamber Burning – PCB), it   Climb rate: NA
  Number built:
  performed "flights" in a specially-built test rig Hover tests start: 1983   
Crew:
13,87 m   
(45 ft 6 in)
7,70 m
(25 ft 3 in)
NA

NA  

   1
 
   0  
Engine:                1 × Rolls-Royce Pegasus 11-03B with PCB and anhedral nozzles
 
More info/sources: 
Thrust:    1 x 120 kN (1 x 27.000 lbf                                 
                     
Armament: none
   
       
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Hawker P.1154

1965
 
Aircraft on photo: Hawker P.1154 mock up
 
   
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
Mach 1,7
  
Length:
Type:
V/STOL combat aircraft
Combat range: 450 km
(280 mi)
Span:
Description:
supersonic vertical/short take-off and  Range:
650 km
(405 mi)
Height:
  landing (V/STOL) fighter aircraft, faster Ceiling: 15.000 m
(49.000 ft)
Max weight:
  and larger then Harrier Climb rate: NA
  Number built:
Canceled: 1965 Crew: 1   
 
17,52 m   
(57 ft 6 in)
8,63 m
(28 ft 4 in)
3,81 m
(12 ft 6 in)
18.166 kg  
(40.050 lb)
3 unfinished
 prototypes
   
Engine:                1 × Bristol Siddeley BS.100/9 vectored-thrust turbofan 
engine with PCB    
Thrust:    1 x 116,5 kN (1 x 26.200 lbf) dry thrust                    
                          
  1 x 150,8 kN (1 x 33.900 lbf) with PCB
   
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in) on fuselage gun pods
Missiles: 4 x air-to-air under wings  
  Rockets: 2 x 50,8 mm (2 x 2 in) on fuselage pylons
Bombs: 2 x 454 kg (2 x 1.000 lb)  
  Hardpoints: 4 under wings + 2 bellow fuselage
Hardpoints capacity: 3.630 kg (8.000 lb)  
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Harrier.org
Prototypes
Airvectors
 

 

 

Hawker P.1154 trainer (mock up)

1965
 
Aircraft on photo: Hawker P-1154 trainer                                                                     Photo source: Blog.naver.com  
   
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
Mach 1,7
  
Length:
Type:
V/STOL fighter-trainer
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Hawker P.1154 trainer version  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
Canceled: 1965 Ceiling: 15.000 m
(49.000 ft)  
Max weight:
Crew: 2 Climb rate: NA
  Number built:
18,61 m   
(61 ft 1 in)
8,63 m
(28 ft 4 in)
3,81 m
(12 ft 6 in)
18.166 kg  
(40.050 lb)
1 unfinished
 mock up
Engine:                1 × Bristol Siddeley BS.100/9 vectored-thrust turbofan 
engine with PCB    
Thrust:    1 x 116,5 kN (1 x 26.200 lbf) dry thrust                    
                          
  1 x 150,8 kN (1 x 33.900 lbf) with PCB
   
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in) on fuselage gun pods
Missiles: 4 x air-to-air under wings  
  Rockets: 2 x 50,8 mm (2 x 2 in) on fuselage pylons
Bombs: 2 x 454 kg (2 x 1.000 lb)  
  Hardpoints: 4 under wings + 2 bellow fuselage

 
 
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Harrier.org
Prototypes
Airvectors

 

 

BAe Warton P.103 (mock up)

1978
 
Aircraft on photo: BAe Warton P.103                                                                               Photo source: RCgroups.com  
   
Manufacturer:
British Aerospace, United Kingdom
Max speed:
NA          
                 Length:
Type:
STOVL fighter
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
tilt-engine design of twin engined supersonic  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  fighter type aircraft with STOVL capability
Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
Canceled: 1978
Climb rate: NA  
Number built:
Crew: 1
      
 
NA   
                
NA

NA

NA

1 mock up   
   
Engines:              2 × tilt engines             
    
  
Thrust:    NA
   
Armament: NA    
More info/sources:
RC Soaring
RC Groups

 

 

BAe P.1205 (mock up)

1979
 
Aircraft on photo: BAe P.1205                                                                                  Photo source: Keypublishing.com  
(also called: Hawker Siddeley HS.1205)  
Manufacturer:
Hawker Siddeley Aviation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
Mach 1,6
        
Length:
Type:
V/STOL fighter
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
single engined, vectored thrust, supersonic  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  STOVL fighter Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
Canceled: 1979 Climb rate: NA
  Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
16,1 m   
(52 ft 10 in)
11,1 m
(36 ft 5 in)
NA

13.940 kg  
(30.730 lb)
1 mock up
 
More info / sources:
Engine:                 1 × Rolls-Royce Pegasus 11D-43 with PCB
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 137 kN (1 x 30.850 lbf) with PCB                                  
                          
Armament: Gun: 1 x 27 mm (1 x 1.06 in)
   
  Missiles: 4 x air-to-air Sidewinders on wings
   
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BAe P.110 (mock up)

1981
 
Aircraft on photo: BAe P.110                                                                             Photo source: Typhoon.starstreak.net  
   
Manufacturer:
British Aerospace, United Kingdom
Max speed:
NA          
                 Length:
Type:
multirole fighter
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
smaller, lighter and cheaper alternative to the  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  cancelled ACA with side intakes instead of chin
Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
  intake; one of Eurofighter predecessors
Climb rate: NA  
Number built:
Canceled: 1981
Crew: 1        More info/sources:
NA   
      
NA

NA

NA

1 mock up
Military Photos  
Engines:              2 × RB.199             
    
  
Thrust:    NA
   
Armament: NA    
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BAe P.1216 (mock up)

1987
BAe  P1216  
Aircraft on photo: BAe P.1126                                                      Photo source: Ultimate Fighter, Bill Sweetman, 2004  
   
Manufacturer:
British Aerospace, United Kingdom
Max speed:
Mach 1,8      
      Length:
Type:
multirole fighter
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
supersonic advanced short take-off/vertical landing Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  (ASTOVL) multi-role twin-boom fighter designed
Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
  by the same team that developed the Harrier Climb rate: NA  
Number built:
Canceled: 1987
Crew: 1        
17,04 m   
(55 ft 11 in)
10,59 m
(34 ft 9 in)
NA

14.060 kg  
(31.000 lb)
1 mock up
 
   
Engine:               1 x RB.422-60 two spool contra rotating turbofan and 3 nozzles (2 sided, 1 aft – all vectorable), PCB
 
Thrust:    1 x 139,7 kN (1 x 31.400 lbf) dry thrust                                 
 
  1 x 198,4 kN (1 x 44.600 lbf) with full PCB  
Armament: Guns: 2 x 27 mm (2 x 1.06 in)
 
  Hardpoints: on wingtips and on boom pylons
 
More info/sources:
Warships
Harrier.org
Harrier.org
Flight Global

 

 

BAe Replica (mock up)

1999
 
Aircraft on photo: BAe Replica                                                                           Photo source: Hitechweb.genezis.eu  
   
Manufacturer:
British Aerospace, United Kingdom
Max speed:
NA          
                 Length:
Type:
stealth fighter
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
BAE design study of stealth military aircraft Ferry range:
NA

Height:
Canceled: 1999   Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
Crew: 1 Climb rate: NA  
Number built:
NA   
                
NA

NA

NA

1 full  scale model
Engine:            NA                                      
                                                                          
More info/sources: 
Thrust:    NA
   
Armament: NA    
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