ATR is poised to see demand for its aircraft rebound soon on the strength of an inevitable increase in fuel prices and growth in key emerging markets; demand for aftermarket work will follow suit. The Franco-Italian turboprop maker saw orders hit a record 160 in 2014, boosted in part by oil prices that seemed ensconced at $100 or more per barrel, making its fuel-sipping aircraft extremely appealing. But the oil bubble burst, sending prices down to the $30 range before a slight rebound to ...

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