ATR managed to largely keep orders and deliveries flat in 2009 over 2008, and hopes to match the same again in the next two years before the market rebounds. The EADS/Finmeccanica joint venture also met its profit target, says ATR CEO Stephane Meyer, on revenue of $1.4 billion, meeting a target set a year ago. For 2010, the goal is to match last year’s revenue. Deliveries fell merely by one aircraft, to 54 units. Orders for the year came in at 40, with 17 options, compared with 42 ...
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