LONDON — A decision on whether to push forward with Turkey’s ambitious plan to develop an indigenous fifth-generation fighter could be made this September, industry officials have revealed. Several technical phases of the TF-X program—led by Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI)—already have been completed, with three designs selected that could meet the Turkish air force’s requirements for an indigenous fifth-generation fighter to supplement the F-35 Joint Strike ...

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