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Libyan prime minister takes a close look at TAI's ATAK

Posted 3 January 2014 · 1 Comment

The Prime Minister of Libya Ali Zidan visited the facilities of Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) in Ankara today.


The Turkish undersecretary for defense industries, Murad Bayar accompanied the delegation.
During the visit, Zidan watched the flight demonstrations of T129 ATAK Advanced Attack and Tactical Reconnaissance Helicopter, which were designed and manufactured by TAI, from the flight tower at TAI’s facilities.
Following the flight demonstration, TAI’s President &CEO Muharrem Dörtkaşlı gave information to the Libyan  premier about the ongoing programmes of the company.
After the briefing, Zidan and the delegation examined TAI's basic trainer aircraft HÜRKUŞ and took a closer look at the T129 ATAK helicopter.
 

1 Comment for Libyan prime minister takes a close look at TAI's ATAK

Hal-Luke Savas

posted 9 months ago

In my opinion the most urgent need for Libya is TAI's ANKA patrol UAV.. Libya has a huge need for security imposed from air and ANKA will do a good job patrolling huge areas as well as cities.

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