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Turkish Aerospace will exhibit ANKA-AKSUNGUR and Multirole Heavy Combat Helicopter at IDEF

Posted 30 April 2019 · Add Comment

Turkish Aerospace will exhibit ANKA-AKSUNGUR and Multirole Heavy Combat Helicopter for the first time at International Defense Industry Fair (IDEF) 2019 between April 30 and May 3.

 

Turkish Aerospace, which extended its product range and made a great impression in the international market, especially in Asian countries, will take a part in IDEF’19 with ANKA-AKSUNGUR, Multirole Heavy Combat Helicopter, T129 ATAK, GÖKBEY, ANKA and HÜRKUŞ. Moreover, new mobile game application named “Operation ANKA” will be launched for the first time and make IDEF’19 an unforgettable experience for all participants.

The President and CEO Prof. Temel Kotil said: ‘’We are aiming to revive our international customer potential at IDEF’19. Our full range of products including AKSUNGUR and Multirole Heavy Combat Helicopter, developed this year, of which we are very proud, will be shown at IDEF. We feel proud to present in our country the full range of our products, studies for which are conducted in accordance with international standards and requirements. Turkish Aerospace will become more prominent in the international aviation and defense sector with its projects developed by domestic engineers’’.

 

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