Turkey's Defense Industry Agenda 27 February – 05 March 2023

Turkish defense and aerospace industry exports reached 303 million 453 thousand dollars in February 2023.

ASELSAN's turnover in 2022 increased by 75% compared to 2021 and reached 35.3 billion TL.

More than 50 people were rescued in the earthquake zone with STM's domestic Behind the Wall Radar System.

The number of aircraft in Turkish Airlines' (THY) fleet reached 400 with the delivery of an Airbus A350-900 aircraft. 2022 net profit of the company was $2.7 billion.

The engine start ceremony of the Turkish National Combat Aircraft expected to be on March 18 was postponed.

İbrahim Yarsan became the Chairman of the Board of Directors of OSTİM Defense and Aviation Cluster.

Croatian Defense Minister Dr. Mario Banozic and the accompanying delegation visited Baykar Technology.

DASAL Aviation Technologies signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the International Golden Group (IGG) operating in the United Arab Emirates, which envisages cooperation in various fields.

Turkish defense industry companies CANiK, Sarsılmaz and Turaç exhibited their products and services at the hunting and sport shooting fair IWA 2023 held in Nuremberg, Germany, on March 2-5.

Russia will provide training to 40 more Turkish students as part of the personnel training program for the Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant.

The Defense Industry Media Summit, organized by the Defense Industry Research Center (SASAM) under the auspices of the Turkish Directorate of Communications, will bring together corporate communication and press members at Technopark Ankara on Monday, March 20.

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