Air Tahiti Will Improve Short-Runway Capability With New ATRs

Air Tahiti ATR 72-600
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Air Tahiti has confirmed deals to add more ATR turboprops to expand its fleet, including a short-takeoff and landing (STOL) version that will be well-suited to some island airports. The carrier has placed firm orders for an ATR 72-600, and two of the ATR 42-600S model, which is the STOL version. The...

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