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AIRCRAFT PROGRAM

Airbus Helicopters Tiger

Lift typeRotary wing
Construction typeFactory-built
Control typePiloted
Engine typeTurboshaft
ApplicationAttack
Final assembly Albacete
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Twin turboshaft military combat helicopter. Includes enhanced Tiger HAD variant.

Type variants

Variant Launch/First flight Production end  
Airbus Helicopters Tiger HAP/HCP 1991 / 1991 HAP/HCP: 'Hélicoptère d'Appui Protection'/ 'Hélicoptère de Combat Polyvalent', baseline variant.
Airbus Helicopters UHT 1991 / 1991 UHT: 'Unterstützungshubschrauber', German mutli-role fire suport variant.
Airbus Helicopters Tiger HAD 2004 / 2007 HAD: 'Hélicoptère d'Appui Destruction' in French or 'Helicoptero de Apoyo y Destrucción' in Spanish, enhanced escort and fire support variant.

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