Scottish Aviation BulldogScottish Aviation Bulldog. Just to recacll your memory about Scottish Aviation Bulldog, the British aviation company, the Beagle Aircraft. This also called as B.125 Bulldog variant. This aircraft built to be training aircraft with unique two-seat in side by side layout configuration. At that time, the manufacturer also offered special variant with third seat at the back.
The first flight was in 1969 later introduced publicly in 1971, the primary user was Maltese Air Wing. Scottish Aviation produced up to 320 units, between 1969 to 1976. Later, Scottish Aviation changed to British Aerospace (BAe). This aircraft's power plant came from Lycoming piston engine, produced up to 200 bhp and maximum takeoff weight is just under 1.2 tonnes. Thanks to engine, the aircraft able to cruise at 390 kmh speed.