3 Harrier Aircraft Package

Includes: FA-2 SEA HARRIER One of the most in-demand aircraft for airshow acts in the United States! There are many possible uses for this aircraft including: airshows, training, flight experiences, military contract work, advertising and promotional work. TMK-8 HARRIER Dual Controlled, Near Certification! GR-3 HARRIER Very Complete. Excellent Source for Spares! Support Equipment, Engines, Manuals, Rotables, and a Travel Support Kit also Included.


Aircraft #1
N94422  s/n XZ-439

The world’s first and only privately-owned and flown Harrier of any kind. The aircraft has been a star attraction at airshows across North America for 13 years flying almost 200 hours.

1324 Hours TTSNEW


Rolls Royce Pegasus MK 104 #9233
513 Hours Since Overhaul


Garmin GNC-420W GPS/Comm
ARC-182 Military #2 Comm for both UHF and VHF communication
P.S. Engineering PM-1200 Intercom (for ground crew coordination)
Garmin GTX-320 Transponder
Ameri-king Encoder


Dual Concorde RG batteries
Gas Turbine Starter
Stencil ejection seat

The Aircraft operates under an FAA FSDO approved Master Maintenance program. The aircraft has an extensive set of manuals (both print and digital), military logs, mod sheets and component records

Built by Hawker-Siddley, build number 912002, as a Fighter / Reconnaissance / Strike (FRS.1) naval fighter aircraft. The second Sea Harrier built, XZ 439 is the oldest surviving Sea Harrier.
• First flight March 30, 1979
• Delivered to the Royal Navy May 10, 1979
• Used as a test aircraft and the first to takeoff from a Ski Jump at sea, October 30, 1980.
• Converted from a FRS.1 to FRS.2 as a midlife trials aircraft September 19, 1988. Conversion included a new longer and larger nose to accommodate the BLUE VIXEN radar upgrade, lengthening the rear fuselage approximately 18 inches for additional avionics and weapons systems upgrades. The cockpit was modified to incorporate two, multi-function displays.
• First flight as FRS.2 on March 8, 1989
• Received BLUE VIXEN Radar modification May 24, 1990
• First to fire Advanced, Medium Range, Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM), AIM-120
• Designator changed from FRS.2 to FA.2 (Fighter Attack) in May, 1994
• Retired from the Royal Navy on December 11, 2004.
• Sold as surplus and subsequently purchased by Art Nalls, September, 2005
• Shipped to the United States early 2006 for its new home base in Georgetown, Delaware
• Shipped later in 2006 to St. Mary's County, Maryland for maintenance and refit as civilian Harrier, and first flights.
• Granted first US Civilian registration of a Harrier as N94422.
• First flight 2008
Sea Harriers in the Falklands
In 1982, Argentinian forces invaded British-owned islands off the coast of Argentina. Britain responded with force, by sending men, ships and aircraft over 8,000 miles. The force included 28 Harriers, both the ground attack GR-3, and the Royal Navy fighter, the Sea Harrier. In aerial combat, Sea Harriers downed 21 Argentine aircraft, without a single air-to-air loss of their own. The Argentines nicknamed the Sea Harrier, “Morta Negro,” meaning “black death.”
The Argentines relinquished any claim to the islands and they remain under UK control.
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A very rare aircraft. Only 46 of the first-generation Harrier trainers were ever built. None are flying today. This is the only one in private hands that is anywhere near capable of flight and is undergoing inspection for completion.

The airplane is virtually complete, with spares. The cockpits are pristine. The front cockpit is virtually identical to the single-seat Sea Harrier, as this was the Sea Harrier trainer. There are many possible uses for this aircraft including: airshows, training, flight experiences, military contract work, advertising and promotional work.

TOTAL TIME:     2534 Hours TTSNEW

                                   8048 Landings

ENGINE:               Rolls Royce Pegasus MK 103
                                   566 Hours Since Overhaul

Original stock condition
Excellent canopies
New Tires
Excellent records

Last flight March 2006 Nearing completion of extensive assembly and return to service inspection per NALLS Aviation FAA approved Maintenance program.

Aircraft #3

Included with this outstanding package is a third Harrier. This GR-3 Harrier is a very complete aircraft It is an excellent source for spare parts or to use for static display.

The owner has operated Sea Harrier FA-2 for 13 years in airshows across North America. These spares and support items have been an integral part of a dependable airshow team. The listings below are intended to an introduction to what is included in the package. The quantities, condition and completeness of the package not guaranteed.

Tow bars, Static Ejection seat trainer, Engine sling, Universal Sling for lifting, complete aircraft or parts thereof, Jacks and trestles, Manuals- both paper and electronic, Special hardware, Rigging tools, 90 KVA power cart, Hydraulic mule, Jack pads, Gas turbine starter test stands, Seat Stand, Boarding ladders
Trim test box, Special shock equipped engine stands
Wheels, Brake assemblies, Tires both- ready to go and cores for recapping, Ejection Seats and parts, Pumps, Hydraulic components, parts and seals, Landing gear- main and nose, Gun chutes, Several Gas Turbine Starters and parts, Engines- some useable and some for parts, Engine nozzles

*The information above is for introductory purposes only. The information is provided by Courtesy Aircraft and while we endeavor to keep the information up to date and correct, we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness of the package. For complete details, contact Mark Clark at 815-229-5112.