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Compatible with: FSX and FS2004

Originally conceived of in the early 1980s, the Eurocopter Tiger debuted in 1991. Its design and manufacture was championed by France and Germany, there are two main variation.

The Tiger HAC/UHT is a multi-role helicopter. The Trigat or Hot missles are for anti-tank warfare. The air-to-ground rockets are for fire support. It has mast-mounted sight with infrared and television senors

The Tiger HAP is an escort helicopter, built for air-to-air combat and fire support. It can operate in daytime and night combat. Its low detectability provides battle survivability.It has a roof-mounted sight with infrared, television and periscope sensors

Our Premier Collection Eurocopter Tiger includes the HAC/UHT and HAP versions and four different paint schemes in all.

Specifications
Length: 45ft 8in
Height: 17 ft 1in
Main Rotor diameter: 42 ft
Tail Rotor diameter: 8ft 10in
Engines: 2x MTU/Rolls-Royce/Turbom├ęca MTR 390 turboshafts; 1.170 hp
Max take off weight: 13200 lbs
Max speed: 174 knots
Cruising speed: 170 knots
Service ceiling: 6550 ft
Max range: 390 nm
Armament:
1 x GIAT AM-30781 30 mm cannon (HAP)
22 x SNEB 68 mm rocket pods (HAC)
8 x HOT-3 or 8 x Trigat anti-tank missiles (HAC)
4 x Stinger or 4 x Mistral air to air missiles (HAP/HAC)

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Additional Information

SKU s580
Date Added May 1, 2009
Flight Simulator FSX, FS2004

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