|Country of Origin||United Kingdom.|
|Similar Aircraft||OH-58 Kiowa, Hirundo A109, UH-1 Iroquois, UH-1N Model 212, Dauphin 2.|
|Role||Utility, attack, antitank.|
|Armament||Cannon, minigun, rockets, missiles, HOT or TOW antitank missiles.|
|Dimensions||Length: 39 ft, 6 in (12.06 m). Rotor diameter: 42 ft (12.8 m).|
Lynx WEFT Description
|Wings||Four-blade main rotor on a hump on top of the cabin.|
|Engine(s)||Two turboshaft engines on top of rear of cabin.|
|Fuselage||Oval, stepped-up and glassed-in cockpit. Box-like cargo compartment. High-mounted, tapered tail boom. Landing skids on army versions. Naval versions have wheels.|
|Tail||Swept-back fin is tapered. Single flat on right side near top of tail fin. Tail rotor on left side.|
Countries which Fly the Lynx
Brazil, Denmark, France, Germany, Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, United Kingdom.
Lynx Manufacturer Web Site
Westland is now the AugustaWestland division of Finmeccanica.