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ATR prepares for first PW127XT delivery

ATR is preparing to deliver the first 72-600 with the improved Pratt & Whitney Canada PW127XT-M engine, now that the powerplant has been certified by Transport Canada Civil Aviation in August. The new engine is to become the new standard engine for the ATR as well...

‘ATR EVO will be a state-of-the-art and innovative turboprop’

The ATR EVO, the new version of the turboprop that ATR intends to have in service by 2028, will be a state-of-the-art aircraft and definitely not outdated, despite being based on a forty-year-old design. The airframer will include various technological innovations,...

ATR sees demand for 2.450 new turboprops

ATR is seeing demand for 2.450 new turboprop aircraft in the next twenty years up to 2041, it says in its latest market forecast that was released on the second day of the Farnborough Airshow. The French/Italian airframer is seeing strong demand for regional aircraft....

Feel Air further opens up Japan for ATR

It’s still a Letter of Intent, but ATR could have found itself an important new customer in Japan. Start-up Feel Air Holdings signed the LoI at Farnborough Airshow for 36 42s and 72s as it hopes to launch services in 2024. Feel Air further opens up Japan for ATR. Feel...