Turkey’s defense giant to attend Singapore Airshow with indigenous products
The airshow is Asia’s biggest and one of the most important Asian fairs. While attending, TAI will carry out negotiations, particularly for its drone “ANKA” and multi-task utility helicopter “T-625,” in an effort to have a bigger share in the Asian market.
In a statement on Jan. 31, the company said it carried out talks in Thailand over the past few months for the ANKA and T129 ATAK, its attack helicopter. Thereafter, TAI carried out negotiations in Malaysia and Indonesia, according to the statement.
In a bid to have a bigger share in Asia, TAI will attend the Singapore Airshow and will demonstrate models of its indigenous and national products, such as the T-625, ANKA, ATAK, HÜRKUŞ, a primary and basic trainer aircraft and the TF-X, which is dubbed as the “National Combat Aircraft,” TAI said.
TAI will keep taking considerable steps towards the Asian market by demonstrating its products at the fair, which is attended by high-ranking military and government officials every two years, it added.