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Turkish Aerospace to participate in Turkey’s largest aerospace and technology festival

Posted 13 September 2019 · Add Comment

Turkish Aerospace will participate in the second edition of Turkey’s largest aerospace and technology festival which will be held at Istanbul Ataturk Airport between September 17-22, 2019.

 

Recently, Turkish Aerospace unveiled its indigenous project Turkish Fighter (TF) at Paris Airshow for the first time. Turkish Fighter will also be unveiled for the first time in Turkey during TEKNOFEST. In addition to TF, GÖKBEY, ANKA, AKSUNGUR, Heavy Class Attack Helicopter and HÜRJET will be displayed at TEKNOFEST. Besides, HÜRKUŞ Training Aircraft will perform flight demonstrations during the TEKNOFEST.

President and CEO of Turkish Aerospace Temel Kotil said: "TF is Turkey's most important project in the history of Turkey and we will be proud to display it Turkey. TF will be known in the world with so called ‘Turkey can do it’ project.  We are working day and night in order to develop this national project. We have full confidence and trust in our youth generation.”

HÜRKUŞ New Generation Basic Trainer aircraft, designed and produced by Turkish Aerospace Industries, will perform flight demonstrations during TEKNOFEST. This year

 HÜRKUŞ is preparing its influential flight shows for the audience and will be the focal point at TEKNOFEST.

In addition, Turkish Aerospace will introduce for the first time at TEKNOFEST a new mobile game named as “Operation ATAK” which is developed by Turkish Aerospace. It showcases the exclusive features of the T129 ATAK helicopter. 

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