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Turkish and Indonesian aviation companies strengthen collaboration

Posted 7 July 2017 · Add Comment

Turkish Aerospace Industries - TAI, and Indonesia's biggest aerospace company PT Dirgantara Indonesia - PTDI, continue to strengthen the collaboration on aerospace.

Following the MoU signed between TAI and PTDI during the IDEF 2017 Fair; on 6 July 2017, the "Framework Agreement" was signed as a result of ongoing cooperation.

Both parties agreed to combine efforts on aerospace domains to support the development of both countries’ cooperation in aerospace industry.

TAI will participate in the on-going conceptual design activities of Indonesian 50 seater N245 Aircraft Development Project performed by PTDI. PTDI and TAI will perform joint marketing activities for the N219 Aircraft, and discuss the business case details in line with the market requirements.

TAI and PTDI decided to work together on unmanned aerial systems, aircraft aerostructures and will contribute to the development of cooperation between the countries in the field of aeronautics with the signed agreement.

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