ATR CEO Proposes Re-engining, New 100-Seater In Sequence

In an effort to overcome different approaches of the company’s shareholders, ATR CEO Patrick de Castelbajac is proposing a sequence of initiatives that includes re-engining of the ATR 72 and ultimately a new 100-seater. “Leonardo wants a 100-seater and Airbus is favoring a stretched ATR with a new...

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