19th January 2015 / Ankara, Turkey
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that outlines the main areas of collaboration to be developed between ASELSAN, Turkey’s leading defense company, and the European engine consortium EUROJET was signed on the 19th January 2015 by representatives of both companies.

The MoU paves the way for further discussions to explore potential opportunities for business collaboration on an Engine Control Unit, a Health and Usage Monitoring System and software development projects relating to the EJ200 engine program. The intended collaboration is primarily based on the EJ200 engine which is a strong candidate for the Turkish TFX program. The parties have also agreed to explore further opportunities targeting the global market.

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Experience the power of cooperation

EUROJET – the cornerstone of cooperation between four global market leaders in the aero engine industry, Rolls-Royce, MTU Aero Engines, ITP and Avio Aero, has been pivotal in creating the world’s most advanced 4th generation military turbofan – the EJ200. The ground breaking technology evident in the EJ200 engine is best
witnessed by the astounding performance of the Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft which is fitted with two of these spectacular beasts. EUROJET manages the entire EJ200 project from inception through production, support and export.

Cutting-edge innovation and technology

The EJ200 is designed to fulfil the most demanding requirements of today’s fighter aircraft, delivering a high thrust-to-weight ratio combined with simple engine architecture. The EJ200 is a two-spool turbo-based fan with modular design which allows for maximum availability and minimum operating costs throughout the life of the weapon system.

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The Eurofighter Typhoon

What better evidence of the superior technology offered by the EJ200 engine than the performance of the aircraft system it supports? Here you can find out more about the Eurofighter Typhoon, the primary application powered by twin EJ200 engines...

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