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of the turboprop that ATR intends to have in service by 2028, will be a state-of-the-art aircraft and definitely not outdated, despite being based on a forty-year-old design.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,...
Embraer has over 250 Letters of Intent for the new turboprop aircraft, it said today at the Farnborough Airshow. That’s before the 70 and 90 seaters have been launched, something likely to happen only in a year at the 2023 Paris Airshow. We talked to President and CEO...
German start-up Deutsche Aircraft has upgraded its engine selection from the Pratt & Whitney Canada PW127S to the new PW127XT-S turboprop to power its D328eco regional airliner. DA also has deepened its collaboration with the engine maker to include...
Embraer has not made a firm decision yet on which version of the new turboprop it will bring to the market first: the 70-seater or the bigger 90-seater. The airframer is continuing its market research that includes discussions with airlines about their preferences,...
An announcement was already expected anytime soon, but ATR has finally revealed its plans for a next-generation turboprop aircraft with new, sustainable technologies. Called the ATR EVO, the aircraft will only be launched in 2023. ATR unveils next-gen EVO turboprop....
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