Asia-Pacific has potential for 750 turboprops: ATR
By Rohit Srivastava
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ATR will attend the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, from April 10-12 (ATR booth: stand 6C51, Hall B6). ATR's presence at the world's largest event dedicated to the design and furnishing of aircraft cabin interiors underlines the manufacturer's strong commitment to passenger comfort and wellness.
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Global leader in turboprop aircraft, ATR anticipates huge demand for the company’s aircraft in the Asia-Pacific region. The company foresees demand for around 750 turboprops aicraft in next 20 years in the region. This does not include China.
ATR achieved outstanding commercial results in 2017, booking firm orders for 113 aircraft, along with 40 options (see table below). The level of firm sales in 2017 tripled the number of orders received in 2016 (36).