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Latest revision as of 10:02, 20 May 2020

A-143 Buzzard
Buzzard.png
Type: Plane
Legal Status: Legal
Weapon: {{{WeaponPrimary}}}
Trunk Space: 10
Max Speed: 800 km/h
Horse Power:
Fuel Capacity: 1000
Seats: 1
Armour Rating: 55


The A-143 Buzzard was primarily built for the Altis Armed Forces as a multi role attack jet. Post conflict, seized assets were stripped of all weaponry and sold to the civilians of Altis. Its one of the cheaper jet air planes available to purchase on Altis. Its often used now for quick transport around the island as well as a recon vehicle during rebel activities.

Overview

  • Roles:
    • Primarily used in Combat Air Patrols and Close Air Support by the AAF.
    • Reconnaissance.

Design

Features

  • Its narrow fuselage and small straight wing surface make it a small target and make spotting the aircraft difficult.
  • Designed to be a low cost attack aircraft capable of combat in both the air and on the ground, however it no longer carries any weaponry.
  • Single Jet engine design.

Notable Traits

  • The Buzzard is small and is compact enough to be sling loaded by the CH-67 Huron.

Mobility

  • It has a relatively powerful engine compared to the overall size of the aircraft.
  • due to its aerodynamic design and large its turning radius is relatively small

Crew Capacity

  • 1x Pilot

Upgrades

Upgrades can be bought from the Aerial Mod Shop. The Buzzard Supports:

  • Transponder Upgrade
  • Thermal Camera Upgrade

Ownership

This vehicle is available to rent or purchase at:

Purchase and Rent

Variants

Civilian

  • Red Arrow
  • Black

Trivia

  • The Buzzard is a slightly modified version of the 'real-world' Czech-made "L-159 Alca" light attack jet manufactured by Aero Vodochody.