Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
GBP£3.5 million (USD$5.8 million)
Also Known As: Adour 871 and Adour Mk 821
and United Kingdom
Description: The Adour is a family of turbofan engines developed in conjunction between Rolls-Royce and Turbomeca. These engines are available with or without afterburner. They were selected to power Jaguar, Hawk, T-45 Goshawk, Mitsubishi F-1 and T-2 aircraft.
Adour Mk871 engine is one of the most outstanding derivatives of Adour turbofan engine family. It powers single-engine Hawk 100/200 aircraft. Originally, it was rated at 5,845 pounds of thrust but the latest 871 engines deliver up to 6,000-lb. Adour Mk871 engines are not provided with afterburner.
Adour Mk871 Applications
Trainers & Light Attack Aircraft
Adour Mk871 Specifications
Fan Diameter: 570 millimeter
Length: 1,960 millimeter
Dry Weight: 589 kilogram (1,299 pound)
Thrust: 6,000 pound (2,722 kilogram)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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Adour Mk871 News
There are 3 news between
13 May 2009 and 28 Jul 2010
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