Algiers-based Air Algérie ordered three ATR 72-600 turboprop regional airliners earlier this year and the aircraft delivered on December 22 is the first of these aircraft.

Read more

The aircraft represents the first ATR 600-Series turboprop delivered to Air Tahiti from its firm orders for three ATR 42-600s and four ATR 72-600s, which Air Tahiti ordered in two separate deals in August 2010 and December 2012.

Read more

ATR values the deal ‒ which was announced on the second day of the Dubai Airshow 2013 ‒ at US$241 million, including the potential price if GECAS exercises all its options.

Read more

The ATR 72-600 will join its smaller stablemate, an ATR 42-600, which the company has been operating since late 2012, becoming the first operator of the ATR 600 Series in the Middle East.

Read more

The new deal includes firm orders for 25 ATR 72-600 aircraft and options for 10 more. The order, including the options, is valued at more than $840 million.

Read more

At the delivery ceremony for the first of four ATR 72-600s leased from Air Lease Corporation, Passaredo revealed it had ordered 10 more ATR 72-600s directly from ATR and had taken options on 10 more. In addition to its ATR 72-600s, Passaredo will also take two leased ATR 72-500s this year.

Read more

Once the aircraft are delivered, Wings Air will become the largest operator of ATR aircraft in the world, with a total fleet of 60 aircraft – 20 ATR 72-500s and 40 ATR 72-600s.

Read more

Subject to a final contract being signed, manufacturer ATR Regional Aircraft values the Air New Zealand deal at more than $270 million at list prices, including the optioned aircraft. Air New Zealand will receive its first 68-seat ATR72-600 in October 2012, with deliveries continuing to 2016.

Read more