Turkey’s T129 ATAK attack helicopter is on the prowl for export orders. Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) has delivered 22 aircraft to the Turkish Army, and the type is being used operationally in the southeast of the country against Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militants. But the company is now looking to capture the first export orders for the T800-engined aircraft, which was developed from Leonardo’s AW129 Mangusta. TAI has a campaign underway in Poland, where ...

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