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L-39ZA Albatros


BAE Hawk Mk.67

Manufactured in Great Britain by BAE Systems. The Hawk is an advanced trainer with a two-man tandem cockpit, a low-mounted cantilever wing and is powered by a single turbofan engine. The Hawk was designed to be reliable and have low operating costs. The Hawk is noted for its agility, in particular its roll rate and turn handling. The aircraft is capable of supersonic flight.


  • AESA Radar

  • Electronic Attack

  • Advanced IRST (Infrared Search and Track)

  • Link 16

  • Night Live CAS Capable

  • 30mm Cannon

BAE Hawk Mk.67

L-39ZA Albatros

Manufactured in Czechoslovakia by Aero Vodochody. The Aero L-39 Albatros is a high-performance jet trainer developed in Czechoslovakia by Aero Vodochody. It was designed during the 1960s as a replacement for the Aero L-29 Delfín as a principal training aircraft. It was the first trainer aircraft to be equipped with a turbofan powerplant. The type was exported to a wide range of countries as a military trainer.


  • Live CAS Capable

  • MX-15 Sensor and VDL Capable

  • Reliable RDT&E aircraft


L-39ZA Albatros


Manufactured in the Soviet Union by Mikoyan Design Bureau.
The MIG-29 is a high speed, highly capable jet fighter interceptor and attack aircraft. It has been exported throughout the world as a swing role air superiority fighter for both offensive and defensive purposes and can perform any air to air mission providing excellent training and flight test opportunities.



  • Slotback 1 Radar

  • Russian IRST

  • Helmet Mounted Targeting System

  • Ejection Seats, K-36D

  • Two RD 33 Engines

  • Dimensions – 56.8′ L, 37.3′ W, 15.5,’ H



  • Maximum Speed – 1490+ Kts / M 2.3+

  • Thrust to weight: 1:1.12

  • Max load factor – +9, -5g

  • Service Ceiling 59,000′



  • Fighter Interceptor

  • Air-to-Surface engagement w/ precision munitions employment

MiG29 UB

Future-proofing the next generation to confront the complex scenarios that will be presented in the 21st century.

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