“The wind tunnel is intended to be used in the development of indigenous, rotary-wing and fixed-wing aircraft, especially the Turkish Fighter,” a press release read on June 18.
The tunnel, including three different sections – large, small and open -, will be equipped with state-of-the-art technology measurement and sensing devices for advanced testing.
“With the integrated moving ground belt system, landing and take-off tests for aircraft will be carried out only in this tunnel in Turkey,” it noted.
Temel Kotil, the company’s CEO, said: “Our facility will be the only facility in Turkey in this field with the capability to allow aeroacoustic testing.”
Hurriyet Daily News