Title: Westland Scout

Developed initially by Saunders-Roe as the P-531, the helicopter was placed in production by Westlands who took over Saunders -Roe in 1959. This five-seat utility helicopter was ordered for the British Army as the Scout AH.1, entering service in 1963, a total of 150 being built. It was operated in a number of conflict zones, and was replaced by the Gazelle in the reconnaissance role and the Lynx in the utility role.

This title contains the flight manuals for the Saro P-531 and the Westland Scout. The files have been copied from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • Saunders Roe manufacturer produced Flight Handling Notes for the H.AS/194D (P-531), T.P.401 dated Aug 59.
  • British Army Pilot’s Notes for the Westland Scout AH.MK.1, AP 101C-0701-15 dated Jun 63.