Title: Alpha Jet

Developed as a joint venture between Dassault/Breguet of France and Dornier of Germany as an advanced trainer and light-attack aircraft, the first Alpha Jet flew in 1973.

200 were built for the Armee de l’Air and 176 were built for the Luftwaffe (who retired theirs in 2001). Eight other air forces procured another 151 examples, giving a final production total of 527.

This title contains the flight manual (in English) for the Alpha Jet as used by the Luftwaffe, plus a manufacturer’s brochure. The file has been scanned from the original flight manuals and retains any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • Luftwaffe Flight Manual for the Alpha Jet GAF T.O. 1F-AJET-1 dated 1 March 1986, approx 362 pages including many fold-out illustrations at the back of the manual.
  • Manufacturer’s brochure for the Alpha Jet NGEA, a proposed modernised development with an armed attack capability, dated May 1983 with 7 pages.