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Turkish Aerospace to display HÜRKUŞat Kuwait Aviation Show

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Dana Ermolenko
Country: Turkey Aircraft: Airplanes

Turkish Aerospace will participate in the Kuwait Aviation Show which will be held on 15-18 January 2020. Participating in the fair first time with the HÜRKUŞ Advanced Training Aircraft model, Turkish Aerospace is aimed to strength its cooperation in the Gulf Countries. 

With producing indigenous products by domestic opportunities, ranked among “Top 100 Global Defense Companies” according to Defense News Magazine, Turkish Aerospace will bring HÜRKUŞ Advanced Training Aircraft in Kuwait Aviation Show. Demonstrating its products to senior military officials during Dubai and Bahrain Aviation Shows in the recent years, Turkish Aerospace is aiming to demonstrate the same activities during Kuwait Aviation Show. 

Stating his thoughts regarding the participation first time to Kuwait Aviation Show, President and CEO of Turkish Aerospace Prof. Temel Kotil (PhD) said that “We are very proud to participate first time in the Kuwait Aviation Show. As being the part of the geography we share, we would like to develop a new business cooperation model between the Gulf Countries. We will have a chance to deeply discuss the business models with the senior military officials.”

In particular, HÜRKUŞ Advanced Training Aircraft expected to attract to formal officials and executives during the fair.

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Kuwait, Kuwait, Kuwait International Airport.


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