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Is Latin America A Strong Market For Turboprop Opportunities?

Last month, we talked about Africa offering a strong opportunity for the turboprop market. Now, we’ll do the same analysis for the Latin American region.  As we can see in the following table, the turboprop commercial fleet is less than a quarter of the whole...

ATR gets deals done in Singapore

The first two days of Singapore Airshow 2020 have seen few commercial aviation announcements. But like Dubai Airshow last November, it is a planemaker of little aircraft that gets the deals. In Dubai, De Havilland Canada signed some important orders but in Singapore,...

ATR in Dubai: no orders (yet) but sunny forecast

While most other airliner manufacturers have been happy to announce firm orders, Letters of Intent, or Memorandum of Understandings at this week’s Dubai Air Show, one of has been quiet. We are talking ATR here, the French/Italian turboprop maker. It only has a stand...

ATR’s 42-600S opens up new market at remote airports

Franco-Italian turboprop maker ATR officially launched its latest version of the 42-600, the 600S, on October 9. The S stands for ‘Short Take-Off and Landings’ and includes modifications that make the aircraft even more suitable for remote airports with limited runway...

Premium #226 – Farnborough 2016 Was Far from Boring – If you Knew Where to Look

We’ve seen some reports that the 2016 Farnborough Airshow was disappointing, with the fewest new aircraft orders in...

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A visit with ATR

ATR, the European turboprop maker, is touring the United States and Canada with an ATR72-600.  This is their top of...

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