Leonardo delivered fewer airframe deliveries to ATR last year but reduced its loss on the turboprop program compared to 2021. Longer term, the Italian company continues to work on optimizing the production for ATR to reduce lead times and improve quality. Leonardo...
It’s only one aircraft, but with the delivery of another ATR 42-600 to a Japanese customer, the turboprop maker is making further inroads into the Japanese turboprop market. The airframer delivered the first and only 42-600 on order from Oriental Air Bridge (ORC) on...
Uzbekistan start-up regional airline Silk Avia is to launch services ‘soon’ with three used ATR 72-600s but will take delivery of five new aircraft next year, ATR has announced today. Silk Avia opens up Uzbekistan for ATR. Silk Avia was established in July 2021 by...
ATR has regained important access to the Chinese market after the Chinese regulatory authorities validated the type certificate of the 42-600 turboprop. This comes over two years since the airframer sought re-certification of its aircraft in the country. ATR cleared...
The profitability of turboprop maker ATR continues to improve year-on-year. Although it still ended with an operating loss of €-4.0 million in the first nine months, this is significantly better than €-25 million in the same period of 2021. The results are included in...
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