When ATR executives traveled around the U.S. in a new ATR 72-600 in May 2016 as part of a “reintroduction” of the turboprop for regional routes, CEO Christian Scherer said it showed “customers and other stakeholders that this is not a ratty old propeller airplane” and it “reset expectations.” Since that time, the Toulouse-based company has moved its Americas sales team to Miami, installed the first North American full-flight ATR 72-600 simulator, also in ...

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