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Boeing Goshawk —
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Boeing Goshawk —

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Colin Seftel
If you thought that this aircraft looks a lot like a British Aerospace Hawk, it's because the T-45 Goshawk is a carrier-qualified version of the Hawk, built by McDonnell Douglas and later Boeing.
21voyageur
Don't believe the "N-" designation is correct. Looks, to me, like a Saudi jet.
Peter Watson
This aircraft is a British Aerospace hawk, the T-45 goshawk has twin nose wheels.
Steven H Wilcox
Looks like a mini-jet!
Wayne Brown
Is that a drop fuel tank or just extra long range tank?
John Muir
Dan I believe your right, summary of N8805 is a Bombardier Challenger 350??
Philip Barner
Agree this is Royal Saudi Air Force colors
Here is another picture of another one of their planes
https://www.alamy.com/royal-saudi-air-force-british-aerospace-hawk-65a-jet-aircraft-of-the-saudi-hawks-display-team-on-the-tarmac-of-kleine-brogel-air-base-belgium-septe-image482566179.html?imageid=1F4D2CD9-536B-4B3B-B0B9-23ACBD1612C1&p=377294&pn=1&searchId=886a53c4d5de66c30c80dfb1bc46fdc4&searchtype=0
Joseph Brown
What Peter Watson says, Twin nose wheels.
themold
NOT an "N" number.
Samuel Bixler
The type designator HAWK covers 17 different make/model combinations of Hawks and Goshawks (none of which are Bombardier Challenger 350s!).

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