ATR, the world's leading turboprop manufacturer, is taking part in the EDG²E project (Equipment for Dual frequency Galileo, GPS and EGNOS).
Global leader in turboprop aircraft, ATR anticipates huge demand for the company’s aircraft in the Asia-Pacific region. The company foresees demand for around 750 turboprops aicraft in next 20 years in the region. This does not include China.
ATR announces its first deal of 2018 which sees the introduction of the ATR -600 series in the US, to be operated by Silver Airways. The airline will introduce 20 ATR -600 aircraft into its fleet, of which 16 will be ATR 42-600s and four will be ATR 72-600s.
ATR achieved outstanding commercial results in 2017, booking firm orders for 113 aircraft, along with 40 options (see table below). The level of firm sales in 2017 tripled the number of orders received in 2016 (36).
From December 11 to 14, an ATR 72-600 in the colours of Air Sénégal will embark on a demonstration tour in three West African countries.
ATR, the world's leading turboprop manufacturer, is pleased to announce that the ATR 72-500 aircraft has just received its certification from Transport Canada, the Canadian airworthiness authority.
ATR today delivered the first of the nine ATR 72-600s to Mandarin Airlines. The ATR 72-600 will bring the regional subsidiary of Taiwan's flag carrier China Airlines the highest standards of comfort alongside unbeatable economics.
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.