HHA offers tailored Contractualised Air Support training services for all areas of the Armed Forces..
HHA currently operates a 17 strong fleet of fast jet military aircraft covering 4 basic aircraft types…
Hawker Hunter Aviation Ltd (HHA) is a CAA and MoD approved and regulated company which owns, operates and maintains a multiple-platform fleet of fast jets – we have a proven track record of providing turnkey outsourced solutions to Government Agencies and Defence Contractors for the purpose of Trials Support & Trials Management; the provision of Aerial Threat Simulation & Mission Support Training and MAOS approved Aircraft Maintenance & Modification Services.
In an environment where governments and contractors have to balance ever-spiralling defence costs with budgetary constraints, HHA’s service offerings provide cost effective and flexible solutions to ease the task and budgetary pressure on the defence community.
Founded in 2000 and based at RAF Scampton, HHA jets are flown & maintained by former RAF, RN & Test Pilot personnel familiar with both trials management and the latest NATO training, systems and operational requirements. In addition, HHA’s aircraft can operate on the UK military register, are fully deployable and integrate seamlessly with NATO procedures.
We are proud to share more about HHA and our service offerings – please continue to explore this site to learn more about our Defence Threat Simulation, Trials Support and Maintenance & Engineering Solutions.
The HHA Enabling Solution – 14 years of operating experience with the benchmarks of Cost Effectiveness, Performance, Flexibility and Availability; 17 platforms & 4 aircraft types encompassing a broad performance spectrum able to replicate the majority of the profiles once accomplished within the Air Forces themselves ranging from all aspects of aerial combat training to trials management & support, photo chase and radar calibration.
Following the tragic accident involving the “Canfield Hunter Ltd” owned Hunter T7 G-BXFI at Shoreham on Saturday 22nd August 2015,…
We’re pleased to announce that the new HHA website is now live! We feel the site will provide an excellent…