WESTLAND SEA KING

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Title: Westland Sea King

The Westland Sea King was a British version of the Sikorsky S-61 (H-3) produced under licence. It differed significantly from its American progenitor, using Rolls-Royce Gnome engines and British systems including a computerised flight control system.

Around 344 were built between 1969 and 1995 with examples exported to Germany, India and Pakistan. The type was used in several roles by the RAF and Royal Navy, including anti-submarine and troop transport, but the most well-known were the yellow coloured search and rescue aircraft. The last Sea King in British service was retired in 2018.

This title contains the flight manuals and pilots checklist for two variants of the Westland Sea King, one operated by the RAF and one shipboard variant operated by the Royal Navy. The files have been copied from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.

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This title contains:

  • RAF Aircrew Manual for the Sea King HAR Mk 3A, AP 101C-0403-15 1st Edition dated October 1995, at amdt 24 dated Aug 2017 with approx. 439 pages.
  • RAF Flight Reference Cards (pilots checklist) for the Sea King HAR Mk 3A, AP 101C-0403-14 Issue 4 dated Sept 2008, at amdt 14 dated Aug 2017 with approx. 163 pages.
  • Royal Navy Aircrew Manual for the Sea King HU Mk 5, AP 101C-0405-15 Initial Issue dated March 2001, at amdt 18 dated April 2015 with approx. 408 pages.
  • Royal Navy Flight Reference Cards (pilots checklist) for the Sea King HU Mk 5, AP 101C-0405-14 Issue 3 dated October 2008, at amdt 12 dated April 2015 with approx. 182 pages.