Jotron has signed another contract in Turkey. The company will supply the Turkish State Airports Administration (DHMI) with 1,130 air traffic control radios, additional equipment and spare parts.

The ATC radio systems will be delivered from Jotron to Turkey within the next seven-eight months. Jotron has delivered ground to air communication systems at all airports and other remote stations operated by DHMI since 1990. Including this delivery, Jotron will have supplied more than 5,500 radio systems to Turkish airspace.

Nenad Jankovic area sales manager said: "Turkey is an important market for Jotron and we are proud to be the leading supplier of ATC radios in this country.

"This new contract for 1,130 radios strengthens our position in this market."

The contract supply is part of the Turkish Systematic Modernization of Air Traffic Management (SMART) project initiated by DHMI, which aims to establish centralised air traffic management in several airports throughout Turkey.

The contract will be commercially and technically supported by Jotron’s Turkish partner YAZICI, who has successfully represented the company and other worldwide manufacturers in the aviation industry for more than 25 years.

Jotron is a recognised and respected name in the air traffic control and coastal communications sectors. Jotron offers a state-of-the-art range of high performance VHF and UHF radios for both civil and military air traffic control.

For more information, please contact Jotron.