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‘ANKA’ flies in Kazakhstan

The unmanned aerial vehicle ANKA from Turkish Aerospace Industries (TUSA┼×) is also exported to Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan receives 3 ANKA and 2 floor systems.

As part of the export contract, 3 ANKA, 2 floor systems and logistics support packages will be delivered to Kazakhstan by 2023.

Temel Kotil, managing director of TAI, said they rated Kazakhstan’s exports to Tunisia as a very important success.

Kotil said: “We are proud that our ANKAs are now used internationally.”

The ANKA unmanned aerial vehicle can remain in the air for more than 30 hours.

ANKA, which operates with a visibility of more than 250 kilometers, can transport 350 kilograms of payload.

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