Turkish Aerospace Industries participated within the Africa Aerospace and Protection truthful, which taken place in South Africa on September 21-25, 2022. Turkish Aerospace will add a brand new worldwide promotional exercise, and take part within the African Aerospace and Protection Honest, which will likely be held at Waterkloof Air Base within the Pretoria area of South Africa. The main firm of Turkey’s aviation ecosystem, Turkish Aerospace, will introduce its aerial platforms and area tasks to the delegations that may go to its sales space of which happen Nationwide Fight Plane (Turkish Fighter), AKSUNGUR, ATAK, HÜRJET, Hurkus-C, ANKA, Small GEO and GÖKTÜRK.

Making statements concerning the African Aerospace and Protection Honest, Turkish Aerospace President and CEO Prof. Dr. Temel Kotil stated, “Below the umbrella of Presidency of The Republic of Turkiye Protection Trade Company, on the truthful the place Turkey will likely be represented inside the framework of nationwide participation, we are going to deliver collectively the superior applied sciences of our nation within the discipline of protection and aviation trade with delegations from the African area and from completely different nations of the world. We’re glad to satisfy the delegations inside the scope of the truthful to explain our aerial and area platforms in addition to subsequent era enterprise fashions”.

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Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) Hurkus primary coach and floor assault plane

Turkish Aerospace Industries has confirmed the supply of two Hurkus-C gentle coach and fight plane to Niger and three to Chad. TAI’s deputy GM Atilla Do?an advised reporters at Africa Aerospace and Defence 2022 on the finish of September that the corporate would full supply to Niger by the top of the yr, and in Q1 of 2023 for Chad. The TAI Hurkus (Free Hen) is a tandem two-seat, low-wing, single-engine, turboprop plane being developed by Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) as a brand new primary coach and floor assault plane for the Turkish Armed Forces. The plane is called after Vecihi Hurkus, a World Battle I and Turkish Independence Battle veteran pilot, a Turkish aviation pioneer and the primary Turkish airplane producer.

Turkish Aerospace is the centre of know-how in design, growth, manufacturing, integration of aerospace programs, modernization and after-sales help in Türkiye. Situated in Ankara, Turkish Aerospace manufacturing plant covers an space of 4 million sq. meters with an industrial facility of 640,000 sq. meters underneath its roof with virtually 12.000 staff. The corporate has a contemporary plane facility furnished with excessive know-how equipment and gear that present intensive manufacturing capabilities starting from elements manufacturing to plane meeting, flight assessments and supply.