Avions de Transport Regional (ATR) expects to boost output this year and increase revenue to US$1.4 billion, although it has decided to freeze production rate increases that were planned. Predicting growth in the current environment “may seem ambitious,” concedes ATR CEO Stephane Mayer, but he believes the outlook is backed by the market outlook. The forecast sees a 20-year turboprop market of US$56 billion, or 2,900 units, of which 1,300 are in the 70- to 80-seat segment, 1,060 in the ...

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