ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish defence company Tusas said on Monday it would modernise 42 of Pakistans F-16 jet fleet in a deal it said would be worth around $75 million. The project will begin in Oct 2010 in Tusas facilities and will take 46 months, the company said in a written statement sent to Reuters. Tusas has modernised Jordans F-16 fighters in a deal signed in 2006. NATO member Turkey and Pakistan have close military and strategic ties.