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Turkey's First Unmanned Helicopter, The ALPIN

Issue 12 - 2022
Turkey's First Unmanned Helicopter, The ALPIN

Manufacturing Turkey's first unmanned helicopter, the ALPIN, TITRA has strengthened its presence in both civil aviation and UAV fields by making a strategic cooperation agreement with Cicare, one of the world's prominent helicopter builders.

As part of this agreement, TITRA, performing in the fields of unmanned systems, healthcare technologies and smart cities, aims to sell Cicare Helicopters in Turkey and to countries in the region, provide authorized service support, conduct joint production and to use such helicopters TITRA’s aviation projects.

Cicare, one of the well-established aviation companies of Argentina and Latin America with its over 60 years of experience, aims to increase its market share in Turkey, the Turkic States, the Middle East, and North Africa on account of the strategic cooperation with TITRA and to open up new opportunities with the help of TITRA's experience.

Cicare's CEO Juan Cicare said: "This cooperation with TITRA will create new opportunities for both companies and countries. This agreement will be the beginning of a journey towards the growth of both companies and the strengthening of their technologies, with the aim of producing major components of our ultra-light aircraft in Turkey.”

TITRA’s CEO Davut Yilmaz said: "With the strategic cooperation with Cicare, we have taken a step forward in transforming the manned helicopter to an unmanned aircraft. We will be the distributor and authorized service center of Cicare helicopters, both on sportive and civil aviation side, for Turkey and the countries in the region, and we will ensure the production of the critical parts of such helicopters domestically in the future. We aim to make TITRA a reputable brand in the field of manned and unmanned helicopters, with the investments on infrastructure, equipment and human capital we have made and will make.”


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