Turkey's basic trainer aircraft getting off the ground

There’s been significant interest from industry as Turkey seeks to acquire 52 new basic trainer aircraft to replace its ageing fleets of SF primary trainers. Nine companies in total have expressed an interest in competing for the deal, which could be worth up to $75 million according to sources. The Undersecretariat for Defense Industries (SSM) said there are nine likely bidders including Diamond Aircraft Industries, ZLIN Aircraft, Grob Aircraft, Aeronautical Complex Board and Discover...
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