The Bayraktar Kızılelma fighter jet with a Ukrainian engine made its first flight


One of the managers and founders of the company told about the event Selcuk Bayraktar. The fighter test was successful.

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“I could not stay on the ground any longer”: Bayraktar Kızılelma flew to the sky

Selcuk Bayraktar tweeted the long-awaited video of the first flight of the new Bayraktar Kızılelma fighter jet. The company has been preparing for this event for a long time.

Bayraktar Kızılelma successfully ascended to the sky: watch the video

It is worth noting that the new fighter was equipped with a turbojet engine from the Ukrainian company Motor Sich. Thanks to it, the drone can reach a speed of up to 800 kilometers per hour.

The total flight time is 5 hours, and the maximum height to which Bayraktar Kızılelma can climb is 12 kilometers.

We couldn’t keep him on the ground anymore
– explained the company.

“Bayraktar” company tested the “Kızılelma” fighter for the first time / Photo. Selchuk Bayraktar

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In the future, Bayraktar Kızılelma will be produced in Ukraine

  • By the way, there used to be a Verkhovna Rada ratified the agreement with Turkey regarding the construction of the Bayraktar factory in Ukraine. The Bayraktar Kızılelma fighter jet will be one of those capable of production directly on the territory of our country.
  • The total area of ​​the factory will reach 30,000 square meters. At the same time, more than 300 Ukrainian specialists will work there.
  • In addition to Kızılelma, the factory will likely produce Bayraktar Akıncı heavy attack drones, Bayraktar TB2 fighters and drones.
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