Hispano Aviacion HA-220 SUPER SAETA
In 1965, a HA-200D aircraft was chosen to perform a series of modifications to improve its ground attack capability. The rear seat was replaced by a 227 liters self-sealing fuel tank, more powerful engines were mounted and new underwing hardpoints were installed to increase the amount of weapons on board. The Spanish Air Ministry approved the purchase of 25 HA-220 Super Saeta aircraft, as this new model was designated. Its maiden flight was made on April 25, 1970, and soon after, the production of the 25 aircrafts began. This order was completed in 1973 and entered service with different units of the Air Force, although they were mostly destined to the 214th Squadron belonged 21st Combat Wing based in Morón, Sevilla. They did not participate in the 1975 Sahara conflict and they remained in service until 1982 when they were progressively decomissioned.
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