Type: Fleet air defence, strike and recon fighter with ASV role.
Versions in Service: Frs Mk.51 - Single-seat fighter
...........................T Mk.60 - Dual-seat trainer
Engine: One Rolls-Royce Pegasus Mk.104/106 vectored-thrust turbofan, rated at 95.6kN (21,500 lbs.) of thrust.
Operational Speed: 640 knots (1186 km/h).
Service Ceiling: 51,200 feet (15,600 meters).
Range: 800 nautical miles (1480 km).
Avionics: Fitted with the Ferranti Blue Fox non-coherent pulse radar, which has four operating modes - search, air-to-air, air-to-surface and bore-sight for close combat.
Weapons: The aircraft has four wing and three under-fuselage stations. The inner wing pylons carry drop tanks of 900 kg each. The two outer wing pylons can carry up to 450 kg each. Two under-fuselage stations are normally occupied by two 30mm gun pods, with 120 rounds per gun. Indian Navy Sea Harriers use Magic-IIs for air defense. In the anti-ship role, the Sea Harrier can carry two Sea Eagle AShMs.