In August, Transport Canada Civil Aviation has type certified the PW127XT-M regional turboprop engine that will power new builds of ATR aircraft. In another development, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has type certified the leading turboprop manufacturer’s ATR 72 and 42 aircraft powered by the new Pratt & Whitney Canada PW127XT-M engine. Commenting on the certification, ATR’s Stephane Viala, Senior Vice President Engineering, said: “Receiving EASA type certification is an... Read More
We know the importance of ATR aircrafts in regional connectivity, and their ability to operate on the short runways needs no introduction. The world's number one regional aircraft manufacturer, ATR and Japanese airline Toki Air announce the delivery of an ATR 72-600 via lessor Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC). ATR Global Maintenance Agreement: Covered by a ten-year ATR Global Maintenance Agreement, the aircraft will support Toki Air's mission of revitalising Niigata... Read More
ATR, the world's number one regional aircraft manufacturer and Toki Air, a new Japanese regional airline, announced the signing of a Global Maintenance Agreement (GMA) contract for the operation of its two leased ATR 72-600 due to start in 2023. Niigata city, Japan: Niigata is a beautiful city whose northwest faces the Sea of Japan. As Japan's largest agricultural city, Niigata is covered largely by rice fields. Toki Air, the fourth... Read More
Alliance Air is a keen participant in the Government of India’s flagship scheme UDAN or Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS). Taking responsibility on its shoulders, the airline flies in locations of varied kinds. Unique routes, unique destinations and overcoming unique challenges are what make Alliance Air who they are as an airline. Alliance Air has a young ATR 72-600 fleet, and the airline is also the first to fly HAL’S Made... Read More
ATR announces that its Board Members, Airbus and Leonardo, have appointed the new Chief Executive Officer, Nathalie Tarnaud Laude, effective from 17 September. Nathalie succeeds Stefano Bortoli, whose four-year mandate expires at the same date, following the terms set by ATR’s bylaws. Stefano will take on a new leadership role at Leonardo that will be announced by the company in the upcoming days. Nathalie Tarnaud Laude brings Skills to continue... Read More
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