HAVELSAN


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HAVELSANHava Elektronik Sanayii (Turkish military software corporation)
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Already having 14 simulators in its fleet, Turkish Airlines will be received international D-level certified 5 'Full Flight Simulators' as 2 Boeing 737MAX and 3 Airbus A320CEO/NEO, and 6 'Flight Training Devices' from HAVELSAN to be set into operation in 2020 and 2021, according to the agreement.
The agreement was signed by Turkish Airlines chairman of the Board and the Executive Committee M UnAlker AycUnA and Havelsan board chairman Prof Dr HacUnA Ali Mantar.
Aselsan (1975), Aspilsan (1981), Havelsan (1982) are only a few examples of these firms.
Companies Mentioned in this Report: Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft (HDW), Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems, Otokar, Roketsan, Makina ve Kimya Endustrisi Kurumu (MKEK), Aselsan, Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), Havelsan, Tusas Engine Industries (TEI), FNSS Defense Systems Co, Istanbul Shipyard
Turkish Otokar, Roketsan, Makina ve Kimya EndE-strisi Kurumu (MKEK or Makina) and HAVELSAN for Aviation electronics, simulators, software and integrated systems have also confirmed their participation.
Thailand's Navy is currently in talks with US defence contractor Havelsan over upgrades for its FFGs, or Oliver Hazard Perry guided missile frigates.
Turkey's statecontrolled military software company Havelsan made the offer at an ongoing International Defense Exhibition Ideas 2014" in Karachi said a company spokesman.
Locally built at Golcuk Naval Shipyard, they will be equipped with support and systems provided by Turkish industries, including Havelsan, Aselsan, Koc Savuma, MILSOFT, Tubitak, STM, Meteksan Savuma and IDS.
Elvan said Boeing is open to suggestions from the Turkish side about cooperation and went on, "Our Defense Ministry undersecretary and the general managers of the [Turkish companies] Havelsan and TUSAE[currency] will meet with them."
Turkish Aerospace Industries, Turkish Airlines, HAVELSAN and MiKES are key suppliers on the program.
State-owned defense companies Aselsan and Havelsan will compete for the warfare system and state-owned missile maker Roketsan will produce the weapons systems.Foreign companies will be asked to bid for main propulsion and steering systems.
The cabinet also approved the draft law on ratifying a memo on automating the judicial and administrative work signed by the Ministry of Justice and the Turkish company Havelsan.