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43 75

1983 Panavia Tornado IDS C/N 196/GS048/4075

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Latest photos of 43 75
  • 43 75 @ HMN - Preparing to tow Tornado 43+75 to its final parking spot. - by German Air Force by German Air Force @ HMN
  • 43 75 @ HMN - Tornado 43+75 after its formal installation at the Holloman AFB Heritage Airpark 19 Sep 2014.  The aircraft was donated to the USAF by the German government and is now owned by the USAF Museum System. - by 49 WG/PA by 49 WG/PA @ HMN
  • 43 75 - Tornado 43+75 as it looked when operational with Marinefliegergeschwader 1 (MFG 1). - by German Navy by German Navy
  • 43 75 @ ETNN - PA200 TornadoIDS at Fliegerhorst Noervenich - by FBE by FBE @ ETNN

Airframe Info

Model:Tornado IDS    Search all Panavia Tornado IDS
Year built:1983
Construction Number (C/N):196/GS048/4075
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing multi engine
Number of Seats:2
Number of Engines:2
Engine Type:Turbofan
Engine Manufacturer and Model:Turbo Union RB199-34R


Registration Number:43 75
Current Status:De-registered


Owner:United States Air Force
Address:Holloman AFB
, New Mexico
United States

User Comments

redknight1322 , 2014-09-25 07:53:48
 This aircraft, Panavia Tornado PA-200 43+75, began its life as a training aircraft leading an active duty life in Germany with Marinefliegergeschwader 1 (Naval Aviation Wing 1) from 1983 until 1999 when the aircraft transferred to the German Air Force and flew with Jagdbombergeschwadern (Fighter Bomber Wings) 31 "Boelcke," 33 "Büchel/Cochem," and 34 "Allgäu" until 2001.
From 2001 until 2007 43+75 flew with the German Air Force Flying Training Center (GAF FTC) at Holloman AFB, New Mexico. The aircraft returned to active combat flying in Germany from 2007 until 2010 when 43+75 returned to the skies of New Mexico serving the remainder of its service life at Holloman AFB and the GAF FTC until its retirement from flying in 2013 after accumulating 4324.25 flight hours in 30 years of flying.
The German Air Force and German government generously donated A/C 43+75 to the United States Air Force for display here at Holloman’s Heritage Air Park demonstrating the close work-ing relationship that exists between the German Air Force, United States Air Force, 49th Wing, Holloman AFB, and the GAF FTC. The aircraft donation was accepted by the United States Air Force on 24 February 2014.
The aircraft has officially transferred ownership from the German Air Force to the USAF.