ATR eyes market for 30-seater replacements

European turboprop manufacturer ATR has ruled out a shrink-version of its ATR 42, but is looking to tap the market for 30-seater replacements and calling for changes to European passenger-cargo combi rules. “The operating economics of modern aircraft mean that 30-seat aircraft have become very...

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