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Recently, Selçuk Bayraktar announced that the new subsonic unmanned aerial vehicle Bayraktar KIZILELMA (MIUS), which they started to develop, was put on the production line. He said that in the coming years, transonic and supersonic models may come. But holding fast, TAI has developed Turkey’s first supersonic UAV model.


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The Supersonic UAV produced by TAI will not compete with Bayraktar KIZILELMA / MIUS. With a speed of 1 Mach (1235 km/h), a wingspan of 80 cm and a length of 270 cm, this aircraft can be launched from SİHA platforms such as AKSUNGUR and AKINCI.

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In addition, Bayraktar KIZILELMA, which can reach 0.8 Mach speed in the first place, will support this aircraft after the integration work. However, it should be noted that TAI designed this UAV primarily to work with the MMU (which can also be used with the F-35 and F-16).

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As for the working principle, it is aimed that all three prototypes of this device with turbojet engine will be able to reach supersonic speeds. Multiple interchangeable payloads can be integrated to meet many needs such as electronic warfare support, electronic warfare attack and deceptive target. In addition, tracking and flight control will be performed via TAI’s existing Ground Control Station.
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TAI continues to expand its work for aviation. After developing the armed model of Hürkuş, its first export was made. But 2023 will be quite busy. Because, in addition to the first flight of Hürjet, the engine to be used in the MMU will be ignited for the first time.

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In addition, thanks to the gains from the T625 Gökbey, the larger version of the T129 ATAK, ATAK 2, will take off for the first time. In addition, it is aimed to increase the production number of the newly produced SİHA engine and missile engines this year and to use the helicopter engine for the first time.


While taxi service continues to be one of the most discussed issues in our country, a remarkable research has been carried out by KONDA. According to the results of the research, 77 percent of the people living in Istanbul state that they are not satisfied with the taxi service they receive.

Expensive taxi fares, unpredictable prices, and concerns about safety are among the main reasons why people living in Istanbul do not use a taxi. According to the study conducted by interviewing 2,260 people, 38 percent of Istanbul residents (approximately 5 million people) use taxis.

Istanbul needs more taxis
Among those who prefer not to use a taxi, “expensiveness” stands out as the main reason. While 45 percent of Istanbul residents find taxi fares expensive, 19 percent state that the prices are uncertain. On the other hand, 16 percent state that they prefer not to use a taxi due to safety concerns.

4 out of 5 people in Istanbul state that more taxis are needed to improve taxi service. 9 out of 10 people think that the government should make new regulations for taxi services.

4 out of 5 people want all taxis to be connected to the apps.

Istanbulites believe that electronic taxi calling applications can improve the existing taxi service quality. 4 out of 5 people want all taxis to be connected to electronic taxi calling platforms.

When asked about the reasons for using electronic taxi calling applications, 68 percent of Istanbul residents state that they use taxi electronic applications because they can see which route to take without the application, 52 percent because they can predict the estimated fare to be paid, and 46 percent because they can make automatic payments with a credit card.

41% of those who use electronic taxi calling applications in Istanbul consider being able to make an assessment about taxi drivers and 41% of them see being able to submit their complaints to the application as one of the main benefits of taxi applications.