ATR is targeting customers operating out of space-constrained airports with the formal launch of a STOL (short-takeoff-and-landing) version of the ATR 42-600, for which it has 20 commitments and which it hopes will expand the aircraft’s addressable market by 25%. ATR said close to 500 airports around the world have runways of 800-1,000 m (2,625-3,280 ft.) and could welcome the ATR 42-600S. The Toulouse-based manufacturer announced the formal launch of the new variant, which does not ...


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