TAAC Continues Development Activities for National Combat Aircraft and HURJET

TAAC Continues Development Activities for National Combat Aircraft and HURJET
TAAC Continues Development Activities for National Combat Aircraft and HURJET

TAAC Aviation Technologies (TAAC), which started its operations in 2019 with the partnership of Turkish Aerospace Industries and Altınay Defense, continues its activities to develop motion control systems, landing gear and test systems in accordance with aviation standards, especially the survival projects of our country, National Combat Aircraft and HURJET.

TAAC, which carries out R&D, design and production activities of critical subsystems for fixed and rotary wing aerial platforms, develops projects in the field of aviation technologies. In this context, the company continues to develop the opening/closing mechanisms of the flight control system, landing gear and gun cover of the National Combat Aircraft that will leave the hangar in 2023. It carries out the design and installation within the Space Industry facilities.

Aiming to reduce foreign dependency in aviation technologies in the national aviation ecosystem, TAAC contributes to localization and domestic substitution system studies for the independent aviation industry with its qualified engineer staff. Continuing its projects for the domestic development of all motion control systems required by an aircraft, the company aims to accelerate its efforts to export these systems, which are critical for aviation, with the value it creates in the coming years.

Turkish Aerospace Industries General Manager Prof. Dr. Temel Kotil said, “We continue to work on domestic and national technologies in the field of aviation. TAAC Aviation Technologies, which is our joint subsidiary with Altınay Aviation, delivers the systems that the industry needs in critical areas to our country with national means. kazanIt carries out important projects to increase These systems, which will also be placed on the National Combat Aircraft that will leave the hangar in 2023, will also contribute to the domestic, unique and independent aviation ecosystem of our country. I would like to thank our colleagues who contributed to these projects.” said.

Hakan Altınay, Chairman of ALTINAY Technology Group, said: “We have been working for many years in order to break the foreign dependency in the Defense and Aviation sector and to move our country forward by strengthening it in this field. With our subsidiary TAAC Aviation Technologies, which we established in partnership with TAI, we are taking these efforts even further with regard to critical aviation components. We will implement projects that have not been developed within the borders of Turkey until now for many of our domestic air platforms, especially the National Combat Aircraft, which is the survival project of our country. I would like to thank all our friends who worked hard for the development and strengthening of our country.”

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