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It lacks A2A mode buddy. Plus, it’s more of a TRAINER than a fighter, more like a next-gen trainer. Turkey can definitely benefit from AESA Block 3
like a said these are old specifications of first review cycle currently
- They are in discussion to have EJ-200 or its version
- Full Turkish made A2A and A2G weapon suit is almost ready which would be integrated with this Jet
- It will have more composite than JF-17
- It will get Turkish EW suit and so on

In short it will have full combat capability and would support F-16 fleet as lower end attack jet, all in all they are planing to make it better than F-50 of Korean Aerospace Industries ....
 

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like a said these are old specifications of first review cycle currently
- They are in discussion to have EJ-200 or its version
- Full Turkish made A2A and A2G weapon suit is almost ready which would be integrated with this Jet
- It will have more composite than JF-17
- It will get Turkish EW suit and so on

In short it will have full combat capability and would support F-16 fleet as lower end attack jet, all in all they are planing to make it better than F-50 of Korean Aerospace Industries ....
Amazing... what is the timeline of all these? Possibly further than 2023. If it was before that, thunder might lose in sales ground to many customers
 

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Amazing... what is the timeline of all these? Possibly further than 2023. If it was before that, thunder might lose in sales ground to many customers
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On July 22, it was announced on the official twitter account of the SSB that the Preliminary Design Review Phase of the project was successfully completed and the Conceptual Design Phase (CDP) was announced to have been completed in April of this year as well. The PDR Phase will be followed by the Critical Design Review (CDR) and Test Readiness Review (TRR) Phases. The CDR Phase is scheduled to be launched in 2019 and to be completed in 2020. Whereas the Test Readiness Review (TRR) Phase is planned to be completed in 2021. The first HürJet prototype is planned to perform its maiden flight in 2022.
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Hürjet, which has successfully undergone the critical phase in a short period of time, is expected to have its critical design in the summer of 2020. It is also anticipated that its prototype will be released in December 2021 and will be prepared for its first flight in the summer of 2022.
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As part of the project, Hürjet will be produced in two configurations. One of them will purely focus on training aircraft, while the second will be an armed variant of the same aircraft. In the armed variant, launch control radar, external load and fire control systems and various task systems will be added to the aircraft.

In the project design phase, previous projects on training aircraft, education system and aircraft development will be benefited on the maximum level.

The market size of jet training aircraft has reached an annual average of $1.6 billion in 20 years.

Countries like the U.S., Australia, Brazil, Austria, Bulgaria, Belgium, Colombia, France, Taiwan, Peru, the United Arab Emirates and Sweden have started working to meet the growing demand, since many of the armed forces around the world, including the Turkish Air Forces, will replace their existing jet training aircrafts with advanced versions over the next 10 years.

At the same time, the outstanding performance and warfare techniques of the new generation of warplanes have accompanied the need for higher levels of performance in jet training aircraft.

It is considered that the U.S. will have difficulty supporting the foreign market since the jet training aircraft project that the U.S. has launched itself will occupy producers until the end of the 2020s. Due to this gap to be created by the U.S., it is predicted that some 2,500 jet training aircraft will be sold from 2017 to 2025 and Turkey will be able to meet approximately 20 percent of this need.

In order to get a maximum share from the market, an ambitious schedule has been planned under the Hürjet Project. It is aimed that the first flight of Hürjet will be carried out in 2022 and the first delivery will be made in 2025.
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HÜRJET is planned to be developed in two different configurations, as a trainer aircraft; and as a close air support and light assault aircraft. The trainer aircraft is planned to replace the T-38 jet trainer aircraft in the TurAF inventory, while the close air support and light attack configurations are expected to support TurAF’s F-16 aircraft during close air support and combat training missions.

HÜRJET will have air-to-air refuelling capability and a helmet-integrated display system.





So this is the best possible summary of HURJET program in short time
 

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