Turboprop aircraft manufacturer ATR says it has received certification from the FAA for its ATR 42-600 and 72-600 aircraft—a milestone it believes will provide a boost not only for sales efforts in the U.S., but also Japan. Japanese authorities take FAA decisions into account when issuing their own certifications, an ATR spokesman says. Link, a Japanese startup, announced a deal last October to lease three 70-seat ATR 72-600 aircraft, which it is scheduled to begin receiving late this ...


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