Turkey unveils new Hurjet light attack aircraft at Farnborough Airshow 2018

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Read: 1497     19:16     16 July 2018    

The Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) has showcased a mock-up of the Hurjet jet trainer/light attack aircraft for the first time at the Farnborough International Airshow 2018 on 16 July.


According to the TAI’s representative. the new Hurjet is an advanced jet trainer and light attack aircraft. It is designed with the goal of 5th-generation training aircraft, will be equipped with an advanced mission computer in its modern cockpit.

The Hurjet is approximately 13,4 m in length, has an 11 m wingspan.

In the project, Hurjet’s maximum altitude is set at 45,000 ft, along with its 3,000-kilogram payload and a maximum speed of Mach 1.2.

The Turkish military is planning to use the Hurjet for replacing its aging fleet of T-38 trainers and for close-air support missions with the country’s F-16 fighters.

The newest Turkish aircraft should be completed by 2022, with the first test flight expected in 2023.

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Turkey unveils new Hurjet light attack aircraft at Farnborough Airshow 2018

2018/07/1531738504.jpg
Read: 1498     19:16     16 July 2018    

The Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) has showcased a mock-up of the Hurjet jet trainer/light attack aircraft for the first time at the Farnborough International Airshow 2018 on 16 July.


According to the TAI’s representative. the new Hurjet is an advanced jet trainer and light attack aircraft. It is designed with the goal of 5th-generation training aircraft, will be equipped with an advanced mission computer in its modern cockpit.

The Hurjet is approximately 13,4 m in length, has an 11 m wingspan.

In the project, Hurjet’s maximum altitude is set at 45,000 ft, along with its 3,000-kilogram payload and a maximum speed of Mach 1.2.

The Turkish military is planning to use the Hurjet for replacing its aging fleet of T-38 trainers and for close-air support missions with the country’s F-16 fighters.

The newest Turkish aircraft should be completed by 2022, with the first test flight expected in 2023.

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