The Hawker Typhoon nicknamed "Tiffy" by its pilots was a fighter-bomber that was used by Great Britain. The first production model of the Typhoon series was the Mk Ia It was single-seat fighter and had a Napier Saber IIA Engine that was capable of propelling it at speeds of up to 652 km/h.
The total length of the Typhoon was about 9.7 meters long while the total weight was about 3,992 kg. The armament of the Mk Ia consisted of twelve 7.7mm Browning machine guns mounted in the wings along with up to eight rockets or two 450 kg bombs.
The Hawker Typhoon had a maximum range of aproximately 1,530 kilometers while its service ceiling was about 10,360 meters.