With a 30-year lifetime, Turkey's 5A satellite was launched by SpaceX in January.
On a sectoral basis, satellite services accounted for the highest EBITDA ($175.22m), followed by cable ($99.01m) and IT services ($28.09m).
Türksat is taking advantage of reengineered modular hot-swappable ground segment equipment to bring down cost and increase capabilities.
Ertok will replace Cenk Şen, who has served in the company for the last five years.
Turksat 5A, which will be launched by SpaceX, is expected to have more than 30 years of life in orbit.
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