Turkey Working On Home-grown Military, Passenger Aircraft

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Turkey Working On Home-grown Military, Passenger Aircraft
Turkey has launched the project on the development of the Turksat 6A satellite, Ozlo said.

Turkey is working on developing a military aircraft, passenger airliner and a satellite, Turksat 6A.

"We continue to work on the creation of national military and passenger aircraft," Turkey’s Science, Industry and Technology Minister Faruk Ozlu was quoted as saying by the Anadolu news agency on Tuesday.

Speaking at the Global Satshow2 conference in Istanbul, Ozlu also mentioned successfully implemented projects on Atak strike helicopter, Hurkus training aircraft, as well as the Anka, Bayraktar and Karayel unmanned aerial vehicles.

Global Satshow2 satellite conference and exhibition is held on November 29-30 in Turkey’s city of Istanbul. It brings together industry’s main companies, presents market trends and innovations. 

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