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When Turkey announced the TF-X, a planned "5th generation stealth fighter", the world laughed. Turkey hadn't built on its own anything more complicated than a prop trainer. Sure, it had licensed-assembled F-16s, but that was hardly anything of note.
Since then, Turkey has worked hard at developing the jet, and has made some progress. Stealth coatings have been developed--also to be used on new UAVs. Electronics have been developed, avionics manufactured. There are still several key problems lingering, most notably the lack of a suitable engine for the aircraft aside from just using a GE F110 or EJ200, despite Turkish attempts to develop a large indigenous engine. There's also still the problem of building indigenous air to air missiles.
Still, a pair of prototypes are now in the air, and the results have not been particularly promising--it looks like development will be a long slog as Turkey irons out the bugs in its first proper fighter jet [the combined trainelight fighter Hurjet is now entering service, but it's nowhere near as complex].
Ultimately, yeah, the critics were mostly right. Development of the TAI TF-X has been mired in difficulties and high costs. But it will come... in, they say, 2032 [and, to be honest, this is still probably a bit optimistic barring foreign help]. This is a major problem; because the ancient F-4s and early Block 30 F-16s of the Turkish Air Force are hitting end of life. The Turkish Air Force also needs a heavy fighter for electronic warfare [the electronic warfare equipment being of Turkish origin], and would like a new homeland defense aircraft that is capable and inexpensive to operate. After a great deal of highly politically charged controversy, the decision was made to open up a bid for foreign aircraft. And to try to get Rolls-Royce back onboard the project to develop an engine for the TF-X.
As a result, the Turkish Air Force has announced the following tender for approximately 64 new heavy fighters:
- Must have two engines
- Must have capability to integrate Turkish technology
- Must have at least 8,000kg in payload
Scoring Criteria [in order from most to least important]:
- Technology transfer
- Portion of aircraft that can be license-built/assembled in Turkey
- Total lifetime cost, including costs of acquisition and operation
- Combat performance
- Logistic concerns [commonality with existing Turkish hardware and supply chains]
Aircraft expected to meet requirements:
- F-15EX [rumored to be the preferred option especially given the variation allowed, ie, on F-15I variant, and license-assembly deals like with the F-15K and engine commonality with Turkish F-16s]
- F-18E/F [unlikely to win unless paired with EA-18G and even then...]
- Eurofighter Typhoon [might win on tech transfelicense assembly]
- Dassault Rafale [might win on tech transfelicense assembly]
- Su-30MK [might win on tech transfelicense assembly and cost]
- Su-35 [might win on tech transfelicense assembly and cost]
- Shenyang FC-31 [could win on tech transfelicense assembly and cost, but is mostly here to avoid upsetting China]
Also, word would have it that the Turkish Air Force would take the F-35 even without any more tech transfelicense assembly than the original deal and it not meeting the requirements, even though they don't expect to get it.
In addition, in a separate deal, Turkey would like to approach Rolls-Royce again for an engine co-development proposal for the TF-X, and would like to thank the United Kingdom for being perhaps Turkey's most reliable foreign defense partner in aerospace; contributing substantial technologies to the TF-X.