Turkish Aerospace Industries
The Hürkuş, an indigenous basic trainer aircraft built by Tusaş Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), made its first public flight abroad at the Paris Air Show on June 19, the TAI has said in a statement.
A number of top local and foreign officials, including Defense Minister Fikri Işık, watched the six-minute international appearance of Hürkuş.
The Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) has announced the signing of a $292 million production deal with aircraft parts maker Spirit AeroSystems Holdings Inc.
TAI said in the May 26 statement that the deal was an extension until 2023 of its existing agreement to produce Boeing 737 MAX and LTA parts for Spirit Aero.
For the first time in a long while, I was very happy recently with what I saw on the Twitter's trending topic list. Finally something other than politics, sports or entertainment news had made it to the top. Kale Holding was at the top because of its recent deal with Rolls-Royce.
Turkey's Kale Group will set up a joint venture company with U.K.-based engineering firm Rolls-Royce to develop civilian and fighter aircraft engines including for Turkey's planned TF-X fighter jet, the companies announced May 8 at a press meeting.
Kale will hold a 51 percent stake in the joint venture, while Rolls-Royce will have the rest, they noted.