The ranks of the number of countries offering advanced jet trainers are about to swell as Turkey prepares to make its move. Turkish Aerospace's (TAI) Hurjet is poised to join an already crowded market that is dominated by types such as the BAE Hawk, Korean Aerospace Industries T-50s and Leonardo M-346s, as well as the Russian and Chinese equivalents of the latter aircraft, the Yakolev Yak-130 and the Hongdu L-15, respectively. TAI will face a further challenge from whichever machine is ...

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