Baykar plant in Ukraine will start assembling a high-altitude long-range model of Bayraktar Akinci drones, Baykar Turkey's CEO Halyuk Bayraktar said, Espresso.tv reported.
Baykar plant in Ukraine will assemble the existing drone model Bayraktar TB2, as well as high-altitude long-range model Bayraktar Akıncı, which has not yet been delivered to Ukraine, he said.
According to the director general, work on the creation of the Baykar plant in Ukraine continues, despite the current events. The production of new models is planned, one of which may receive a Ukrainian name, Halyuk Bayraktar said.
Earlier, Turkish aircraft manufacturer Baykar Makina refused to supply drones to Russia, stressing that it has never supplied UAVs to that country. "Because we support Ukraine," the company's CEO said at the time.