1966 Folland Gnat

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The Folland Gnat was a British subsonic jet trainer and light fighter aircraft, designed and built by Folland Aircraft. The aircraft entered service with the Royal Air Force (RAF) in 1959, and was later adopted by the Indian Air Force and the Finnish Air Force. The Gnat was used by the RAF for a variety of roles, including training and as a low-level interceptor. The aircraft proved to be highly manoeuvrable and capable of performing aerobatics, and it was also used by the RAF's aerobatic display team, the Red Arrows. The Gnat was retired from service with the RAF in 1979, and with the Indian Air Force in 1984.


  • Total Time: 3800
  • Engines / Mods / Prop
  • Rolls Royce Orpheus engine
  • Avionics / Equipment
  • Becker Radio
  • Becker Transponder
  • Oddesey batteries
  • Gaseous oxygen system
  • Gaseous oxygen sys
  • Additional Classifications
  • Warbird

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