Sikorsky Wins Black Hawk Project in Turkey

Sikorsky Aircraft announced that the Defense Industry Executive Committee has selected the firm “for a contract involving 109 derivative Black Hawk helicopters for multi-mission use by the Turkish government.”

“For many years, Sikorsky Aircraft and Turkish industry have collaborated on aerostructures and dynamic component parts, so this contract would follow a longstanding tradition of cooperation, ” said Sikorsky President Jeffrey P. Pino. “Sikorsky looks forward to entering into this expanded partnership with Turkey to meet their present and future rotorcraft needs.”

Sikorsky Aircraft is a subsidiary of United Technologies (NYSE: UTX).

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