Mako Initial Operational Capability (IOC): Total Production: ? Origin:Germany Corporations: Airbus Group
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Description: The Mako is a modular advanced trainer and light combat aircraft designed to meet the requirements of armed forces worldwide. The Mako aircraft will be perform supersonic flight and will be available in single- and two-seat variants. The aircraft has been provided with a reduced signature design to increase its survivability in the light combat role. It will be powered with existing and proven engines such as the EJ200 (Typhoon), F414 (F-18), or the M88-2 (Rafale).
The Mako will provide training and light combat capabilities with reduced maintainability and ownership costs through the use of Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) components. It will offer training for advanced aircraft such as the Eurofighter Typhoon through its excellent visibility. The Mako light combat aircraft will be compatible with the last weaponry such as the ASRAAM, IRIS-T, Meteor, AGM-65 and Taurus missiles.
Number of Engines: 1 Performance Ceiling: 16,750 meter (54,954 foot)
Max Range: 3,700 kilometer (1,998 nautical mile) Speed Top Speed at High Altitude: 498 mps (1,793 kph) Weight Empty Weight: 8,100 kilogram (17,857 pound)
Max Takeoff Weight: 13,000 kilogram (28,660 pound)
Payload: 4,500 kilogram (9,921 pound)
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