Turkey doesn't want a sub-model of the F-35
the agreements concerning the F-35 are no longer relevant, the condition requested by the Turkish engineers is not fulfilled.
Full access to the source code of the device is not accepted by the USA.
If they accept the Turks can reverse their decisions, otherwise this story is a thing of the past.
You do not understand Turkish and you do not know the statements of Turkish experts on this subject.
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The Air Force has already moved to buy new F-15EX aircraft.
The F-15EX costs an estimated $20,000 per hour to fly. The F-35 runs $44,000. Lockheed-Martin has promised to bring that cost down to $25,000, but it’s been promising that for years.
If the U.S. Air Force doesn't want it, neither do the Turks.