Hunter Team HHA

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If greatness in a combat aeroplane equates with outstanding service longevity and extreme operational flexibility the Hunter is indeed truly great and one of the classic fighter designs of all time…

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The Hunter Trainer evolved from the single seat version and is broadly identical other than featuring an extended nose and wider cockpit to accommodate the side-by-side twin seat seating arrangement…

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The Seeker Head Trials Platform aircraft is a specially modified Hunter Trainer designed to accommodate a seeker head in the nose with an instrumented Flight Test Observers station in the right hand seat…

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NATO code name “Fitter”. The design exemplifies two key traits synonymous with Russian military equipment; the twin virtues of Simplicity & Robustness, both in the physical construction of the aircraft as well as its operation…

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The Buccaneer, built by Blackburn (BAe) at Brough, epitomises the fast, low-level ground attack concept with its inherently stable ride famously being likened to that of a “Ball bearing on glass”…

OUR AIRCRAFT

HHA specialises in sourcing legacy platforms, upgrading these on a bespoke basis with modern equipment and subsequently employing them as cost effective Fast Jet Trials Platforms and Air Support training assets to ease the task and budgetary pressure on front line aircraft.

HHA currently operates a 17 strong fleet of fast jet military aircraft covering 4 basic aircraft types. The equipment levels on the aircraft are tailored to the client’s bespoke taskings. Should a requirement arise that can not be covered by the performance envelope of the existing fleet, HHA would source & certify more suitable platforms where appropriate.

HHA’s fleet encompasses four aircraft types providing the capability to meet the majority of foreseeable trials and combat training demands.

Hawker Hunter MK58 – Single seat, subsonic; 12 in fleet

Hawker Hunter T7/T8 – Twin seat, subsonic; 3 in fleet

Buccaneer S2B – Twin seat, subsonic, extreme range, large internal / external payload capability; 1 in fleet

Sukhoi SU22 M-4 – Single seat, supersonic; 1 in fleet

They do however all share the following characteristics:

Low start-up & favourable through-life costs vs modern front line assets
Proven airframe / engine design
Vice less operation and handling qualities
Excellent Performance Spectrum
Relatively simple maintenance
Numerous hardpoints thereby providing a broad equipment carrying capability