Title: Westland Wasp

The Westland Wasp was developed as a ship-based helicopter from the earlier Scout AH.1, and first flew in 1962. It was optimised for shipboard anti-submarine duties and featured quadricycle landing-gear, and folding main rotor blades and tail section to facilitate shipboard stowage. 98 were built for the Royal Navy and small numbers were supplied to the Navies of Brazil, The Netherlands, New Zealand and South Africa.

This title contains the flight and operating data manuals for the Westland Wasp along with a publicity brochure. The files have been copied from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • Royal Navy Pilot’s Notes for the Westland Wasp HAS.Mk.1, AP 101C-0601-15 dated July 64.
  • Royal Navy Operating Data Manual for the Westand Wasp HAS.Mk.1 at AL2 dated Jun 76, with approx. 85 pages.
  • Manufacturer’s publicity brochure titled “Focus on the Wasp”, undated with approx. 16 pages.