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ATR finished the calendar year with an order total of 80 airplanes and a backlog of 159. Meanwhile, Canada's Bombardier announced orders for just 45 Q400s.
ATR’s backlog includes 107 of the new ATR 72-600, scheduled for first delivery by the middle of this year, and five ATR 42-600s, the first of which the company plans to ship by year-end. It also holds unfilled orders for 42 of the current-generation ATR 72-500s and four ATR 42-500s.
Carrying its largest backlog since early 2009 and emboldened by projected demand for some 3,000 turboprops over the next 20 years, ATR has decided to raise its production rate to 70 airplanes by 2012, at which point it expects revenues to rise from some $1.35 billion to $1.8 billion.
Turboprop manufacturer ATR has gained European certification for its ATR 42-600, joining the larger ATR 72-600 variant, which was approved last year.
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certification marks the end of a series of ground and in-flight tests that were accelerated by the ATR 42-600’s similarity to the ATR 72-600.
ATR said the new variant will enter service this summer, serving the “niche market” for 50-seat turboprops.
και η Air Lease Corporation θα αγοράσει 7 ΑΤΡ-600 υπογραφή MOU στις 15/7/14
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