The Bayraktar AKINCI TİHA’s flight tests continue. High and Medium Altitude Asymmetric Propulsion Test has also been successfully completed, according to official statements.
The second prototype of the Bayraktar AKINCI TİHA (Attack Unmanned Aerial Vehicle), developed by BAYKAR with domestic and national facilities, continues the flight tests successfully, while the third prototype counts the days for the first flight. AKINCI Prototype-2 TİHA, whose tests were continuing at Çorlu Airport Command, continued flight tests on August 22, 2020.
The second prototype of Bayraktar AKINCI TİHA was in the air for 20 hours and 6.1 minutes at an average altitude of 2 thousand feet (approximately 26 km) during the Medium Altitude System Verification Test flight. The tests of AKINCI TİHA are carried out with two prototypes. AKINCI PT-1 (Prototype 1.) sailed at an altitude of 30.000 feet within the scope of the High Altitude System Identification Test. The successfully completed flight took 3 hours and 22 minutes.
Akıncı TİHA to deploy in 2021
AKINCI TİHA, which will deploy in 2021, will have unique features in its class. in the examination of the TEKNOFEST Rocket Competition held in Salt Lake Turkey Technology Team Foundation (T3 Foundation) Chairman of the Board of Trustees and bikers Technical Director Selcuk Bayraktar, Baykur developed by the local and national facility Bayraktar Raiders offensive Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) in 2021 He gave the good news that he will take office.
“I hope Akıncı will take office in 2021. The second prototype is finished. We are currently producing its third prototype and its mass production product, Akıncı. Development activities continue. Qualification and test flights are currently underway. I hope it will be possible to start working after delivery in 2021. This is our goal. AKINCI has features that are not found in any unmanned aerial vehicle in its class.”
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