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TAI signs contract with Martin Baker Aircraft

Turkish Aerospace Industries, Inc. (TAI), ranking among the top hundred global players in the aerospace and defense arena, is pleased to be signing a contract for the development, qualification and supply of ejection seats for TAI's New Generation HURKUS-B Basic Trainer with Martin Baker Aircraft Co.Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer and supplier of ejection seats. The contract is initially for 15 aircraft with an option for a further 40 aircraft. This contract marks another phase in the growing relationship between TAI and Martin Baker which was started in 2008 with the HURKUS Program and continued with the T-38 Modernization Program. The two companies hope this contract will lead to further cooperation on other future programs.

Press release issued by Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) on July 15, 2014


 Contact details from our directory:
Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) Airframer
Martin-Baker Aircraft Co. Ltd. Ejection Systems, Ejector Seats, Crashworthy Seats


 Related aircraft programs:
TAI Hurkus


 Related directory sectors:
Crew Seating

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