|Country of Origin||Germany.|
|Similar Aircraft||OH-6 Cayuse, Defender 500MD, Alouette III, Mi-4 Hound.|
|Role||Observation, antitank utility.|
|Armament||HOT antitank missiles.|
|Dimensions||Length: 39 ft (11.84 m). Rotor diameter: 32 ft, 3 in (9.84 m).|
BO 105 WEFT Description
|Wings||Four-blade main rotor mounted above center of cabin. Antitank version has short, stubby, weapon-carrying outriggers on lower midsection.|
|Engine(s)||Two turboshaft engines on top of fuselage.|
|Fuselage||Short, thick, oval-shaped, and rounded at nose and rear. Glassed-in cockpit. Landing skids.|
|Tail||Swept-back and tapered fin. Small rectangular fins mounted at the tips of the rectangular flats. Rotor on left.|
Countries which Fly the BO 105
Bahrain, Brunei, Chile, Colombia, Germany, Indonesia, Iraq, Mexico, Netherlands, Nigeria, Philippines, United States of America.
BO 105 Manufacturer Web Site
MBB (Messerschmitt-Bolkow-Blohm) was purchased by DASA (Deutsche Aerospace AG) and is now EADS Germany.