Aviation Training Systems

BAe Hawk T.Mk 1A

The BAe Hawk T.Mk 1 has been in service with the RAF since 1976 and is now used for tactical weapons training, air-to-air target towing and also by The Red Arrows display team.

The aircraft became the BAe Hawk T.Mk 1A when modified to carry AIM-9L Sidewinder AAMs on underwing launchers. This enabled it to support Phantoms and Tornados in the air defence role.

The Hawk T.Mk 1A's single Adour Mk 151-01 engine is rated at 5,200 lbst which gives the aircraft a top speed of 660 mph and a ceiling of 50,000 ft.

Sphaera's designers have years of hands-on experience in the maintenance of this aircraft and vast experience in the design of interactive aviation CBT courseware for various export versions.

For more information on elearning for the Hawk see:

For more information on other types of Hawk see:


Hawk T.Mk 1A

Hawk T.Mk 1A of the Royal Air Force.