|Countries of Origin||France, Germany.|
|Similar Aircraft||Hawk, AMX, Mirage F1, AV-8B Harrier II.|
|Role||Light-attack, advanced trainer.|
|Armament||Gun pods, bombs, rockets, missiles.|
|Dimensions||Length: 40 ft, 3 in (12.3 m). Span: 30 ft (9.14 m).|
Alpha Jet WEFT Description
|Wings||High-mounted, swept-back, and tapered with curved tips and negative slant.|
|Engine(s)||Two alongside the body under the wings. Oval-shaped air intakes forward of the wings�’ leading edges. Exhausts are at the rear of the wings�’ trailing edges.|
|Fuselage||Slender, pointed nose and tail. Two-seat cockpit with a bubble canopy.|
|Tail||Swept-back and tapered tail fin with a clipped tip. Swept-back and tapered tail flats mid-mounted on the body with a negative slant and square tips.|
Countries which Fly the Alpha Jet
Belgium, Cameroon, Egypt, France, Germany, Ivory Coast, Morocco, Nigeria, Portugal, Qatar, Togo.
Alpha Jet Manufacturer Web Site
The Alpha Jet was manufactured by Dassault-Breguet and Dornier.
Dornier is now part of M7 Aerospace.