A version of this article appears in the July 28 edition of Aviation Week & Space Technology. While the usual heavy metal airliner duel between Airbus and Boeing took center stage at this year’s Farnborough airshow, a flurry of new developments in the regional transport and commercial freight business gave proof that the turboprop sector is alive and well. ATR and Bombardier between them amassed orders for 145 turboprops while would-be competitor, Chinese state manufacturer Avic, ...
SUBSCRIBE TO ACCESS THIS PREMIUM CONTENT
"Strong Showing For Turboprops At Farnborough" is part of the new Aviation Week & Space Technology subscription, now available online and in our newly launched mobile app.
Current Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine subscribers: online and mobile access are now included at no added charge to you. To read this full article, use your subscriber email to log in to your account (or contact us for assistance in updating your account).
Not currently a subscriber? Subscribe NOW to our introductory launch special (up to 40% off regular rates), available exclusively at Aviationweek.com. Simply click below to choose your preferred option to receive immediate online and mobile access.