ATR Downplays Re-Engining And Stretching Options
SINGAPORE—As ATR continues to rack up sales of its ATR 42/72 turboprop family, CEO Christian Scherer said the Airbus-Leonardo joint company remains focused on continuous improvements rather than more expensive options of re-engining and potentially stretching the aircraft.“ATR is a profitable...
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