The Turkmenistan Air Force will receive two training and light attack aircraft, the EMB-314B (A-29) Super Tucano.
Turkmenistan has reportedly purchased a total of six platforms. Developed by Brazil-based Embraer’s main contractor and powered by a PT-6A-68A turboprop engine, the A-29 Super Tucano can carry a total of 1,150 kilograms of payload. Equipped with machine guns, rockets and different types of missiles, the platforms can reach a maximum range of 2,700 km.
The planes, which will be delivered to the Turkmenistan Air Force, were pictured in Malta on May 28, 2021, according to the Scramble website.