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Aerospace News – Early June 2024

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As part of its plan to stimulate Türkiye’s aeronautical industry and address global chain supply bottlenecks, Turkish Airlines (TK, Istanbul Airport) is looking to grow its aircraft component manufacturing business by sell parts it makes to other carriers, as well as partner with Boeing to domestically produce some seats and engine components, Bloomberg reported.

Turkish Airlines Chairman Ahmet Bolat said that a deal with Boeing would benefit everybody given the American OEM could make use of “Türkiye’s potential capacity so that we can provide a reliable source of supply,” as the entire industry faces delays and is forced to extend the life of older models.

Aviation manufacturer GKN Aerospace has joined the board of independent digital engineering research and technology organisation The Centre for Modelling and Simulation.

The announcement sees GKN Aerospace join Airbus and Rolls Royce as members of Bristol-based CFMS, driving forward the strategic development of the organisation.

The news follows a long-standing relationship between the two organisations built on a shared focus on advancing digital manufacturing.

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