Turkish Aerospace will participate in the DIMDEX 2022 fair, that will be held on March 21-23, 2022 in Qatar, where an important place among the Gulf countries. The company will display of GÖKBEY and HÜRKUŞ mock-ups as well as mock-ups of other platforms which are indigenously designed and developed by Turkish Aerospace engineers. The GÖKTÜRK-2 model will also be displayed at the booth.


Turkish Aerospace will host delegations for new business models and collaborations. Referring the University - Industry collaborations that will contribute to the development of the aviation industry, Turkish Aerospace will ink an MOU with Qatar University covering international internship program and University - Industry collaborations in this context.


Sharing his thoughts on participation in DIMDEX 2022 Fair, Turkish Aerospace President & CEO, Prof. Temel Kotil “We are excited for participating in the DIMDEX 2022 to share our capabilities in both aviation and space industry with the delegations that will visit our booth. Further to exhibiting our platforms, we will sign an MOU that will contribute to the academic development of both countries in the field of aerospace. We, as Turkish Aerospace, will contribute to the awareness of the aerospace ecosystem for young to have education in the field of engineering sections. Turkish Aerospace is intended to be a company with offices all over the world whose the sun never sets on it, and we will continue to work in this direction.”


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.