Westland Lynx

Lynx AH9



Lynx AH9
Lynx AH.9 is a small attack/utility helicopter, derived from the Lynx AH.7 (Super Lynx). The most striking external differences between the Lynx AH.7 and the AH.9 are the AH.9 wheeled tricycle undercarriage (the AH.7 has skids) and the lack of the port side, roof mounted sighting system. The main blades are built with BERP technology, unlike the AH.7
16 new built plus 8 converted from AH.7 types. Converted later to AH.9A

List of Operators of Westland Lynx AH9

From Organisation with model Lynx AH9
united kingdom Army Air Corps
    Lynx 140 1977/18

Construction Numbers on database of Lynx AH9


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