Aviation Training Systems

BAE Hawk 100 and 200 Series

The Hawk 100 and 200 Series is an extremely successful group of export version aircraft now in use with the UAE, Oman, Malaysia, Indonesia, Canada and Australia.

Our aviation training solutions are designed by instructors and developers with years of Hawk export version experience that includes:

  • Hands-on maintenance
  • Conducting on-the-job training (OJT)
  • Classroom instruction
  • Design of interactive CBT courseware for aircrew and groundcrew

For more information on CBT and elearning for the Hawk see:



Hawk Mk 109






The Hawk 109 is in use in the Asia-Pacific region as an advanced two-seat trainer and light attack aricraft.

The Adour Mk 871 engine produces 6,030 lbst and the wing has 5 underwing weapons stations and 2 wingtip stations. Within the cockpit are HOTAS (hands on throttle and stick) controls and an MPD (multi purpose display).


Hawk 100 and 200

The Hawk 100 and 200 series.

Hawk Mk 209

The Hawk 209 is a single-seat, lightweight fighter and ground attack aircraft.

The single-seat layout has allowed space within the nose for the installation of a radar system with air-to-air and air-to-ground modes.



Hawk Mk 127 LIF

The Hawk 127 LIF is in use in with the Royal Australian Air Force as a lead-in fighter.

The aircraft features an advanced cockpit layout based on the F-18 with HOTAS (hands on throttle and stick) controls and 3 MFDs (multi function displays).




BAe Hawk Mk 127 LIF

The Hawk Mk 127 lead-in fighter for the Royal Australian Air Force.


For more information on other types of Hawk see: