Title: British Aerospace Hawk

The British Aerospace (originally Hawker-Siddeley) Hawk was designed as an advanced jet trainer to replace the Folland Gnat in RAF service. First flown in 1974, it entered RAF service in 1976. The most famous user is the Red Arrows aerobatic display team who adopted the type in 1979. The aircraft remains in production with over 900 having been built for over 18 customers worldwide.

This title contains the flight manual for the original RAF advanced jet trainer plus the flight manual for a later export variant. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.


This title contains:

  • RAF Aircrew Manual for the Hawk T.Mk.1 and T.Mk.1A, AP 101B-4401-15 dated December 1978, with approx 250 pages. (This manual includes a supplement covering
    the Red Arrows aircraft.)
  • Manufacturer’s Aircrew Manual for the Hawk Mk 61, publication A6101-4461-15 dated August 1982 with approx 243 pages.