Turkish Aerospace will participate at an international maritime and aerospace exhibition in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia next week.
Anka, an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), and Hurjet, an advanced jet trainer, will be showcased at 17th Defense Service Asia Exhibition and Conference between March 28 and 31, the company said in a statement on Saturday.
Turkish Aerospace, which opened an office in Malaysia last year, boosts efforts to set up new joint projects with Malaysia in the field of defense industry and aviation.
Turkish Aerospace will meet with delegations from across the world as well as Malaysian defense industry authorities at the exhibition to discuss new cooperation and business models for their projects.
The company aims to carry out joint studies in various areas such as UAV, jet trainer, original helicopter development, structural capabilities, and modernization programs that will contribute to the development of the aviation ecosystem.
"In our tech center in Malaysia, we aim to carry out significant studies with Malaysian engineers to enhance the two countries' capacities in the field of aviation and space industry," Temel Kotil, the company's CEO, said.
Established in 1973, Turkish Aerospace is the center of technology in design, development, manufacturing, integration of aerospace systems, and modernization in Turkey.
Turkish Aerospace, located in the capital Ankara, has a production plant covering an area of 4 million square meters with an industrial facility of 640,000 square meters (6.9 million sq feet) under its roof.