Turkish Aerospace Industries, Inc. (TAI) is pleased to announce the launch of its “T129 ATAK Poland Roadshow” between August 22 and September 04, 2015. The T129 ATAK Advanced Attack and Tactical Reconnaissance Helicopter is a candidate for the KRUK Program of the Polish Armed Forces. During its visit to Poland T129 ATAK will perform demonstration flights for Polish Defense Industry and Aviation Lovers.
T129 ATAK Helicopter will make its first ever public appearance in Poland during Radom Airshow on Sat/Sun August 22-23, 2015. Visitors will have the chance to witness T129 ATAK’s performance and maneuverability during demonstration flights at 15:20 on both days. More information about T129 ATAK will be available on TAI’s stand at the show.
T129 ATAK helicopter will be presented to Polish and Turkish high officials, industrial partners and the media at a private event with a flight demonstration at Warsaw-Babice Airport on Friday, August 28, 2015 and it will appear again on static display at the TAI’s stand at MSPO 23rd International Defence Industry Exhibition which will be held in Kielce between September 01-04, 2015.
T129 ATAK, Advanced Attack and Tactical Reconnaissance Helicopter is a new generation, tandem two-seat, twin engine helicopter, specifically designed for attack and reconnaissance purposes.
T129 ATAK incorporates a totally new system philosophy, with new engines (LHTEC CTS 800-4A), new avionics, visionics and weapon systems, a modified airframe, upgraded drive train and new tail rotor. T129 ATAK has been optimized to meet and exceed the performance requirements of the most challenging geographical and environmental conditions.
The first batch of T129 ATAK Helicopters has already been delivered to the Turkish Armed Forces and is in service supporting the missions of the Turkish Army. As an integral member of the NATO alliance, the Turkish Armed Forces have always been at the leading edge of innovative defense technology.
With the strong endorsement of the Turkish Armed Forces, the already significant international interest on the T129 ATAK as a superior alternative attack helicopter is expected to intensify.