|Country of Origin||France.|
|Similar Aircraft||Alouette II, Gazelle, Scout/Wasp, OH-13 Sioux, BO 105.|
|Role||Light-attack, transport (six equipped troops), general purpose.|
|Armament||Machine guns, cannon, antitank missiles, rockets.|
|Dimensions||Length: 32 ft, 10 in (10.02 m). Rotor diameter: 36 ft (11 m).|
Alouette III WEFT Description
|Wings||Three-blade main rotor on top of fuselage to the rear of the cockpit.|
|Engine(s)||One turboshaft above and to the rear of the cockpit and rotor shaft.|
|Fuselage||Oval-shaped, glassed-in cockpit. Fixed landing gear.|
|Tail||Rectangular flats with small, oval fins on tips. Rotor on right with prominent tail rotor guard.|
Countries which Fly the Alouette III
Algeria, Angola, Argentina, Austria, Burkina-Faso, Burma, Burundi, Cameroon, Chile, Congo, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, France, Gabon, Ghana, Greece, Guinea-Bissau, India (Chetak), Iraq, Ireland, Ivory Coast, Libya, Malawi, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Nepal (Chetak), Netherlands, Nicaragua, North Yemen, Pakistan, Peru, Portugal, Romania, Rwanda, South Africa, Senegal, South Korea, Spain, Suriname, Switzerland, Togo, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Venezuela, Zaire.
Alouette III Manufacturer Web Site
Aerospatiale is now part of EADS.