Turkish firm, Malaysian institute sign aerospace cooperation pact

 2 organizations to work on human capital, faculty, academic program developments.

ISTANBUL (AA) – A Turkish aerospace firm and a Malaysian aviation technology institute have signed an agreement on educational and technical cooperation in the field.

According to a press release issued by the Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) on Thursday, the agreement signed in Malaysia with the Kuala Lumpur-based Malaysian Institute of Aviation Technology (UniKL MIAT) will provide a collaborative framework in which the two organizations will work on human capital, faculty, and academic program developments.

“The collaboration will focus on programs in areas such as aerospace design and engineering, manufacturing, system integration and maintenance, repair and overhaul for both light aircraft and drones,” it said.

“This partnership could allow us to jointly meet the demand for highly-qualified professionals in the aerospace industry while assisting Malaysia to become a regional aerospace champion in this region,” TAI head Temel Kotil said in the statement.

UniKL MIAT Dean Mohd Hafizi Shamsudin expressed his support for the partnership, aiming to establish an industrial center of excellence in aeronautical design and engineering, aero manufacturing, and system integration.

Earlier this week, the TAI and Ukraine’s National Aerospace University signed an education and research partnership agreement.


This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept