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British Aerospace was the result of government nationalization by means of the Aircraft and Shipbuilding Industries Act so that in 1977 the ownership of BAC, Hawker Siddeley Aviation, Hawker Siddeley Dynamics and Scottish Aviation was vested into the corporation called British Aerospace, with the former companies continuing to trade under their original names. In 1981 British Aerospace plc was formed, and then reorganized in 1989 with all aviation work being managed by Commercial and Military Aircraft subsidiary companies. In addition to construction of military aircraft, such as the Hawk, Tornado and Harrier versions, BAe has entered into partnerships with Airbus, Eurofighter, Panavia and SEPECAT. British Aerospace and Marconi Electronic Systems formed BAE Systems in 1999.
Harrier There are not many planes that are capable to Vertical Land and Take of. The Harrier is such a plane...
Red Arrows in flight One of the best demonstraion teams are the Red Arrows. The display they show are great. They are usi...
Red Arrows demo Two of the Red Arrows passes each other at clos range. Nice colourfull picture. Picture is taken at ...
Canadian Airforce CT-155 Hawk CT-155 Hawk Student pilots in the NATO Flying Training in Canada program selected for jet trainin...
Royal Navy Harrier A Harrier from the Royal Navy, seen here at Leuchars Air Show in 2004.
Red Arrow landing One of the members of the Red Arrow Display team seen here at the landing at the Leuchars air show i...
Hawk T1 This is a Hawk T1 from the Royal Air Force. This plane is used to train student pilots.
Nimrod A look at the impressive nose of the Nimrod, the maritime patrol aircraft of the Royal Air Force. Th...
Red Arrows Red Arrows in action at RAF Fairford (UK). Photo taken July 2003.
RAF BAE Hawk The Hawk originates from a 1964 requirement for a new RAF trainer to replace the Gnat. The two-seat ...
RAF Nimrod Nimrod is a development of the basic Comet No 4C airframe that dates from the late 1940s. Both the c...
Santa with a Hawk ? When I was spotting on Leeuwarden air force base this Finnish Hawk came in. I was looking later at t...

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