Posts Tagged “ATR”

ATR denies signing the contract with Iran Air: We are “still working”

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ATR denies signing the contract with Iran Air to provide twenty aircraft. The news was reported yesterday by the Iranian news agency and later reported by Reuters. The Franco-Italian aircraft manufacturer, a joint venture between Airbus and Leonardo, has now explained they are “still working” to finalize the contract and there are “no updates” on…

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Russia’s aviation industry gets a haircut

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Russia’s aviation industry gets a haircut






[UPDATED] One of the primary reasons the Russia state decided to merge its various aerospace companies was to ensure they did not spread national resources too thin.  After the fall of the Soviet Union, money became real and budgets became serious.  UAC became a joint stock company in 2006 with the state owning just over…

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Premium – Turboprop Update

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Premium – Turboprop Update






It has been some time since we last looked at the airline passenger turboprop market.  Here is an update of what we know about this market. Aircraft size is growing, as in other segments There appears to be 20 years of replacement production List price should not be the key issue driving fleet decisions Welcome…

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Into the next cycle: Commercial Aerospace 2030

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Into the next cycle:  Commercial Aerospace 2030






AIR (AirInsightResearch) released its new forecast of the commercial aviation market to 2030.  This analysis consists of a 32 page document with 37 charts highlighting the current and forecast market for the major aircraft OEMs (Airbus, ATR, Boeing, Bombardier, COMAC, EMBRAER, Mitsubishi, UAC). Related posts: Global Market Breakdown Premium #300 – Looking out to 2035…

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India’s tough domestic air travel market

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India’s tough domestic air travel market






India is a market that has been attractive for OEMs for many years.  The following two charts explain why.  The first chart shows how strongly the domestic air travel market has grown.  Typically, passenger traffic doubles every 15 years – in India between 1995 and 2010 traffic grew by four times.  If we look back…

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Cape Air starting fleet refresh?

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Cape Air starting fleet refresh?






New England-based Cape Air is something of a unique airline.  Based in Massachusetts this airline flies 83 Cessna 402s. But it is an airline not limited to this region. It flies two ATR42 in Micronesia, operates two Cessna Caravans in Florida and four Britten-Norman Islanders in the Caribbean in winter, bringing them to New England…

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