Airlines in Asia, Europe and South America are interested in the new 90-seat turboprop that ATR plans to make, but despite this ATR appears to have made little headway in persuading EADS to support the program. “In Europe, there are some airlines that have expressed an interest and a few in South America,” ATR CEO Filippo Bagnato tells Aviation Week. He says the potential European customers are ATR 42/72 operators. As for Asian carriers, top management at Malaysia’s Firefly and ...


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