The Turkish Aerospace and Boeing signed contract for the production and supply of engine covers of the single-aisle family of the Boeing 737s.
Under the contract, the Turkish Aerospace will cover half of the monthly engine cover production for all Boeing 737 aircraft produced starting in 2025.
The close cooperation of the two companies will increase the performance of the aviation giant and enhance its longstanding relationship with the Turkish aviation industry.
Ayşem Sargın, the Managing Director and Country Executive of Boeing Turkey, said; “Turkey is one of Boeing’s strategic growth countries, and we see tremendous potential for the country to contribute to the global aerospace industry as an industrial and technology partner. With the launch of the “National Aviation Plan” by Boeing and Turkey several years ago, Boeing has expanded its investments, footprint, and supply chain in Turkey. The award of the 737 fan cowl work package to Turkish Aerospace reflects our continued commitment to Turkey and the world-class capability of our industrial partners in Turkey.”
The production of the Boeing 737 engine covers will take place at the state of the art Turkish Aerospace facilities in Ankara, where the company currently produces the 787 Dreamliner altitude rudder, cargo panel, tail horizontal offensive edge and 737 altitude rudder for Boeing for many years.