TURKISH AEROSPACE HAS RENEWED ITS WEB SITE
aerobd.news : Turkish Aerospace, the pioneer of the Turkish aviation and space ecosystem, has renewed its website to better introduce the air platforms to the world public audience. On the new website where technological innovations are integrated for the first time in the aviation industry of Turkey, 3D views of the air platforms developed by Turkish Aerospace will meet with the visitors. Beside important features of the platforms, news from Turkish Aerospace, photo and video galleries and career opportunities are presented on a large scale on the new web site as well.
Turkish Aerospace is Turkey’s leading company in the field of aviation and space industry, continues its digital investments. Developing an application that will appeal to aviation enthusiasts with the TUSAS APP last year, Turkish Aerospace has also renewed its website with newest features that can respond to developing technology. In addition to the data on the current website, the new website, which includes the latest conditions and features as well as 3D views of the air platforms, will provide an enjoyable experience to the visitors. The new website, that will provide a pleasant experience with its user-friendly structure, will be able to examine in detail of the air platforms and space projects developed, integrated and tested by Turkish Aerospace, as well as aero structure projects by Turkish Aerospace for international aviation companies.
The new website of Turkish Aerospace can be accessed at www.tusas.com.
About Turkish Aerospace
Turkish Aerospace is the center of technology in design, development, manufacturing, integration of aerospace systems, modernization and after sales support in Turkey. Located in Ankara, Turkish Aerospace production plant covers an area of 5 million square meters with an industrial facility of 150,000 square meters under its roof. The company has a modern aircraft facility furnished with high technology machinery and equipment that provide extensive manufacturing capabilities ranging from parts manufacturing to aircraft assembly, flight tests and delivery