Two Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft belonging to the Royal Air Force arrived in Turkey for joint training.
On 17 November 2020, according to information released by the Ministry of National Defence, two Eurofighter Typhoon combat aircraft belonging to the Royal Air, arrived in Turkey with the purpose of joint training. The planes landed at the 3rd Main Jet Base Command in Konya on 16 November 2020. It is planned that two aircraft belonging to England will carry out joint training with the aircraft of the Turkish Air Force.
As part of the UK commitment to our @NATO allies, RAF aircraft & personnel will be exercising alongside our Turkish colleagues this week.
— Royal Air Force (@RoyalAirForce) November 16, 2020
It is stated that the Eurofighter Typhoon combat aircraft, which will participate in the training held between the two countries, will be in Konya for about a week. It is stated that F-16 warplanes of the Turkish Air Force will also participate in the training to be held within the scope of NATO.
“Germany, France and Britain came to realize their need for a new combat aircraft in the 1970s. In line with this need, the European Combat Aircraft (ECA) project was launched. Rafale and Typhoon were born out of the roots of this joint project. ”
|Eurofigther Typhoon Technical Features|
|Wing Span||10.95 meters|
|Wing Area||51.2 m²|
|Maximum Takeoff Weight||23.500 kg|
|Power||2× EJ200 13.500 lbf (20.230 lbf art yakıcı)|
|Top Speed||Mach 2.00 (2,460+ km/sa)|
|Service Ceiling||65.000ft (19.812 m)|
|Range (No Load Max.)||3.790km|