AĆ©rospatiale Gazelle

First produced in 1968 under an Anglo-French agreement between Westlands and Aerospatiale, the five-seat helicopter was commonly used for light transport, scouting and light attack duties. The Gazelle served with all three of the British armed forces, with four versions being used in a variety of different roles. Although having only one engine, its lightweight chassis gives the Gazelle many advantages including agility and increased visibility from the cockpit. A civilian operated Gazelle will be present at the Air Show as a static display on Sunday 11th June.