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...
The opening day of the Singapore Airshow 2022 has started to see dealmaking at Asia’s premier Airshow. Alliance Air, which till about a fortnight ago was operating as a subsidiary of Air India and has been retained by the government of India, has signed up for a...
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...
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...
Franco/Italian turboprop maker ATR has had a pretty successful Paris Air Show, signing commitments for 75 aircraft worth $1.7 billion. By comparison: Farnborough last year earned ATR 17 sales. The biggest order came from regional aircraft leasing specialist Nordic...
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