Lebanese SAL Bulldog Mk.126
The Bulldog is a 2 or 3-seat side-by-side training aircraft designed by Beagle Aircraft and after the demise of the company was built by Scottish Aviation.
The prototype Bulldog first flew on 19 May 1969 at Shoreham Airport. The first order for the type was for 78 from the Swedish Air Board. Before any other aircraft were built the company failed and the order was taken over by Scottish Aviation (Bulldog) Limited. All subsequent aircraft were built by Scottish Aviation at Prestwick Airport.
In 1975 the Lebanese air force was equipped with training aircraft type "Bulldog" of british origin.
Model 126 : Export model for Lebanon. Six built.