Turkish Aerospace will participate in the Africa Aerospace and Defense fair, which will take place in South Africa on September 21-25, 2022. The company will bring its platforms, which has developed with national sources, and will make contacts with the delegations from the regional geography in order to develop regional business models.


Turkish Aerospace will add a new international promotional activity, and participate in the African Aerospace and Defense Fair, which will be held at Waterkloof Air Base in the Pretoria region of South Africa. The leading company of Turkey's aviation ecosystem, Turkish Aerospace, will introduce its aerial platforms and space projects to the delegations that will visit its booth of which take place National Combat Aircraft (Turkish Fighter), AKSUNGUR, ATAK, HÜRJET, HÜRKUŞ-C, ANKA, Small GEO and GÖKTÜRK.


Making statements about the African Aerospace and Defense Fair, Turkish Aerospace President and CEO Prof. Dr. Temel Kotil said, “Under the umbrella  of Presidency of The Republic of Turkiye Defense Industry Agency, at the fair where Turkey will be represented within the framework of national participation, we will bring together the advanced technologies of our country in the field of defense and aviation industry with delegations from the African region and from different countries of the world. We are glad to meet the delegations within the scope of the fair to describe our aerial and space platforms as well as next generation business models” said.


About Turkish Aerospace

Turkish Aerospace is the centre of technology in design, development, manufacturing, integration of aerospace systems, modernization and after-sales support in Türkiye. Located in Ankara, Turkish Aerospace production plant covers an area of 4 million square meters with an industrial facility of 640,000 square meters under its roof with almost 12.000 workers. The company has a modern aircraft facility furnished with high technology machinery and equipment that provide extensive manufacturing capabilities ranging from parts manufacturing to aircraft assembly, flight tests and delivery.