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BAe Harrier GR.7/GR.9

Fly the Harrier GR.7 & GR.9

RAZBAM is proud to release the BAe Harrier GR.7 and GR.9. Fly the UK version of the jump jet made famous in the Falklands War. Try and master Vertical Take-Off and Landing. Fly CAS missions, with the full suit of ordnance available.

Available versions

Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Lockheed Martin Prepar3D:

NOTE: FSX version requires Acceleration


The British Aerospace Harrier II is a second-generation vertical/short takeoff and landing (V/STOL) ground-attack aircraft. An Anglo-American development of the British Hawker Siddeley Harrier, the Harrier II is the final member of the Harrier family. Initial deliveries of the Harrier II were designated in service as Harrier GR5; subsequently upgraded airframes were redesignated accordingly as GR7 and GR9. The Harrier GR.7/GR.9 was used by the Royal Air Force (RAF) and, between 2006 and 2010, the Royal Navy (RN). The Harrier GR.7/GR.9 and other models of the Harrier family have been called "Jump Jets"..

The Harrier GR.7/GR.9 was also capable of being operated from the Invincible class aircraft carriers. The Harrier II flew combat missions in Kosovo, Iraq, and Afghanistan. In December 2010, budgetary pressures led to the early retirement of all Harriers from service.

General Characteristics

Crew: 1

Length: 46 ft 4 in (14.12 m)

Wingspan: 30 ft 4 in (9.25 m)

Height: 11 ft 8 in (3.55 m)

Wing area: 243.4 ft² (22.61 m²)

Empty weight: 13,968 lb (6,340 kg)

Loaded weight: 22,950 lb (10,410 kg)

Powerplant: 1× Rolls-Royce F402-RR-408 (Mk 107) vectored-thrust turbofan, 23,500 lbf (105 kN)


Maximum speed: Mach 1.0 (585 knots, 673 mph, 1,083 km/h)

Range: 1,200 nmi (1,400 mi, 2,200 km)

Combat radius: 300 nmi (350 mi, 556 km)

Ferry range: 1,800 nmi (2,100 mi, 3,300 km)

Rate of climb: 14,700 ft/min (4,485 m/min)

Wing loading: 94.29 lb/ft² (460.4 kg/m²)


Guns: 2× 25 mm ADEN cannon pods under the fuselage with 150 rounds of ammunition for each cannon.

Hardpoints: 8 under-wing pylon (stations 1A & 7A are intended for air-to-air missiles only):


4× CRV-7 rocket pods (each with 7× rockets)

4× MATRA rocket pods (each with 18× rockets)


Air-to-air missiles:

+ 6× AIM-9 Sidewinder or similar-sized infrared-guided missiles

Air-to-surface missiles:

+ 4× AGM-65 Maverick; or


o Mark 80 series of unguided bombs

o Cluster bombs

o Paveway series of laser-guided bombs


o up to 4 × 300/330/370 US Gallon drop tanks (pylon stations No. 2, 3, 4 & 5 are wet plumbed)

o Intrepid Tiger II electronic jammer.


o LITENING targeting pod

o Digital Joint Reconnaissance Pod (DJRP)

o Thermal Imaging Airborne Laser Designator Pod (TIALD)