|Country of Origin||France.|
|Similar Aircraft||Alouette III, Gazelle, Scout/Wasp, OH-13 Sioux.|
|Role||Observation, liaison, light-attack.|
|Armament||Machine gun, rockets, missiles.|
|Dimensions||Length: 33 ft, 8 in (10.28 m). Rotor diameter: 36 ft (11 m).|
Alouette II WEFT Description
|Wings||Three-blade main rotor high-mounted to the rear of the cockpit.|
|Engine(s)||One turboshaft high-mounted on the fuselage to the rear of the cockpit and main rotor shaft. Upturned exhaust.|
|Fuselage||Oval, transparent, bubble cockpit. Tadpole-like appearance. Fixed-skid landing gear. Tail boom is open framework.|
|Tail||Small, rectangular, square-tipped flats forward of a small, right side-mounted rotor. No fin. Rotor guard.|
Countries which Fly the Alouette II
Algeria, Belgium, Djibouti, Ecuador, France, Germany, India (Cheetah), Indonesia, Pakistan (Lama), Portugal, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey.
Alouette II Manufacturer Web Site
Aerospatiale is now part of EADS.