CPI Aerostructures has received a contract from Turkish Aerospace Industries for orders valued at about $4.6 million for the T70 Turkish Utility Helicopter Program (TUHP). Under the contract, CPI Aero will build window assemblies on 109 T70 aircraft over a five-year period. Deliveries are expected to begin by year’s end. TUHP is a partnership launched in 2016 that includes Sikorsky Aircraft, the government of the Republic of Turkey and members of the Turkish aerospace industry. The T70 ...

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