IndiGo, India's largest airline by market share, today took delivery of its very first ATR 72-600. The airline and ATR announced earlier this year an agreement for the acquisition of 50 ATR 72-600s.
ATR, the world's leading turboprop manufacturer, has certified its new Vibration Monitoring System (VMS) which will allow airlines to constantly monitor and fine tune propeller vibration.
PowerJet has manufactured the 300th SaM146 integrated propulsion system that powers the Sukhoi SuperJet 100 regional jet. This milestone highlights the successful industrial partnership built by Safran Aircraft Engines and UEC Saturn through PowerJet, their 50/50 joint-venture.
On the occasion of the APEX Expo 2017, ATR has signed a deal with aircraft cabin technology supplier Amphenol Phitek Ltd. which will provide operators with the option of a standalone wireless In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) system.
ATR, the world's leading turboprop manufacturer, and the Indonesian airline TransNusa announce the extension of their Global Maintenance Agreement (GMA).
ATR and Taiwan's Mandarin Airlines, a regional subsidiary of Taiwan's flag carrier China Airlines, today signed a contract for the purchase of six ATR 72-600s, valued at some US$ 160 million.
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has granted certification to the latest innovations, co-developed by ATR and Thales, which further enhance the avionics of the ATR 42-600 and ATR 72-600.
Iran Air, Iran's national flag carrier, today took delivery of its first four ATR 72-600s. ATR and Iran Air signed earlier this year a firm contract for 20 ATR 72-600s and options for a further 20. Deliveries of the 20 firm aircraft will extend until the end of 2018.
ATR is pleased to announce that it has signed a term sheet with India's largest airline by market share, IndiGo, for the sale of 50 ATR 72-600 aircraft, with the flexibility to reduce the number of aircraft deliveries based on certain conditions.
Japan Air Commuter Co. Ltd. (JAC) performed its first ATR 42-600 flight today. JAC's flight 3741 departed from Kagoshima at 8:50 am (local time) for a 40-minute flight to Yakushima. The aircraft then performed three flights, from Yakushima to Kagoshima, from Kagoshima to Okinoerabu, and back to Kagoshima.
World's leading turboprop manufacturer ATR and the Italian producer of aircraft interiors Geven today signed a contract to equip the ATR -600 series aircraft with brand new passenger seats.