The British Aerospace Hawk 200 is a single-seat, single engine light multirole fighter designed for air defence, air denial, anti-shipping, interdiction, close air support, and ground attack. The Hawk 200 is a single-seat, single engine light multirole fighter with a small visual signature and high maneuverability. It has a low-mounted cantilever wing and is powered by a single turbofan engine. The Hawk 200 differs from the earlier Hawks in the sense that it has a new forward fuselage whereby the forward cockpit area which normally houses a pilot is replaced by an electronics bay for avionics and onboard systems, including a fire control computer, multi-mode radar, laser rangefinder and forward-looking infrared (FLIR). The Hawk 200 also has an upgraded wing, which in addition to four wing pylons seen in previous Hawks, also has wingtip missile support as well as greater wing area, increased wing droop, larger flaps and an optional mid-air refueling capability.
No armament fitted within this build, this version is trainer version.
Common control (Pitch to lean aircraft up and down, etc)
I will build version with fuel tank, and missiles in the future, press T if you want to be notified
- Created On Android
- Wingspan 35.1ft (10.7m)
- Length 41.6ft (12.7m)
- Height 14.0ft (4.3m)
- Empty Weight 8,799lbs (3,991kg)
- Loaded Weight 16,394lbs (7,436kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 0.685
- Wing Loading 63.7lbs/ft2 (310.9kg/m2)
- Wing Area 257.5ft2 (23.9m2)
- Drag Points 7149
- Number of Parts 193
- Control Surfaces 3