ATR, P&WC Begin Path To Hybrid-Electric

ATR CEO Stefano Bortoli signs a deal with Afrijet at Dubai Airshow for the re-engined ATR 72-600.
Credit: ATR
Following the exit of ATR’s former rival Bombardier and the at-least preliminary end of De Havilland Dash 8-400 production, the Franco-Italian airframer for now enjoys a monopoly in the regional turboprop market. But with its rival Embraer slowly firming up on plans to offer a family for two new...
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