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Old July 13th, 2005, 12:07 AM   #1
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ATRS: Most efficient airport in Europe – for the second consecutive year

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Most efficient airport in Europe – for the second consecutive year

Copenhagen Airports was recently rated the most efficient airport in Europe. For the second consecutive year, Copenhagen Airport received this prestigious title from the Air Transport Research Society (ATRS). The ATRS is an academic forum consisting of a number of professors from various universities throughout the world.

“We consider good service and high quality key factors. Passengers are and should be in focus, but we also have to run a business, and it is nice to have confirmation that one does not leave out the other. It is our vision to be the best airport in the world, to be among the least expensive in Europe and to be the largest in Scandinavia. In the past four years, passengers have rated us Europe’s best airport. Relative to our vision of being among the least expensive airports in Europe, it is very important to us to be rated the most efficient airport in Europe. We are proud to get confirmation by neutral and very competent people, that we also run a very sound business,” comments Vice President Mogens Kornbo of Copenhagen in connection with the announcement of the results of the survey in Rio de Janeiro a few days ago.

Working out which airport is the most efficient is done by comparing airport productivity, which includes the number of staff and their ability to generate profits. The measurements also include airport charges, financial performance, cost per passenger, passengers per staff, number of staff per take-off or landing – altogether how much each airport gets out of its production apparatus.

In the category of the world’s most efficient airport, Tampa International Airport came out first, Singapore Changi Airport was rated the most efficient airport in Asia, and Vancouver International Airport won the title for North America.

You can get more information about the ATRS at: www.atrsworld.org

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Old December 25th, 2012, 12:44 PM   #2
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Leasing Firm Avation PLC signs for 7 additional ATR 72-600s

Toulouse, 18 December 2012

The world's leading regional turboprop aircraft manufacturer ATR and Singapore-based lessor Avation PLC today announced the signature of a new contract for the purchase of 7 additional ATR 72-600s, valued at over US$ 160 million. These aircraft bring to 20 the total firm orders for ATRs inked by Avation PLC since early 2011. In addition, Avation has a number of further options and purchase rights. The first 7 ordered aircraft have already been delivered to Avation and are operated in the Virgin Australia network by SkyWest Airlines.
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Malaysia Airlines signs MoU for 36 ATR 72-600s

(MAS) has signed a memorandum of understanding with ATR to purchase 36 ATR 72-600s that will be operated by its regional subsidiaries Firefly and MASwings.

Once confirmed as an order, Firefly will take 20 of the aircraft and MASwings, the remaining 16. Deliveries would commence from the end of the second quarter of 2013.

Both carriers already operate the ATR 72-500, with Firefly and MASwings operating a fleet of 12 and 10 respectively. The new aircraft will gradually replace the existing fleet and provide for both carriers' further growth.

"The additional aircraft will be utilised to continue growing Firefly's network and providing customers with more travel options," says MAS group chief executive Ahmad Jahuri Yahya.

Firefly, which began services in 2007, operates from bases in Penang and Subang, flying to secondary destinations in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and to Singapore. MASwings is based in east Malaysia and operates a number of services to towns and villages in Sarawak and Sabah.

"The new aircraft for the MASwings fleet will be timely to provide more feeder traffic into the hubs of Kuching and Kota Kinabalu for onward connectivity to the jet destinations served [by MAS]," says MASwings chief executive Captain Nawawi Awang.
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LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Air Lease Corporation (NYSE: AL) announced today its placement of two new ATR 72-600s on long term lease to KALSTAR Aviation (Indonesia), delivering in the second and third quarters of 2013.

"KALSTAR is a major Indonesian regional airline serving the fast growing region of Kalimantan (Borneo), rich in natural resources and robust economic growth. KALSTAR operates ATR turboprops and Boeing 737s to serve its expanding network of both domestic and international routes in Southeast Asia," said Chi Yan, Vice President of Air Lease Corporation.
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Old December 28th, 2012, 03:40 AM   #3
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another good news for ATR72

Indonesia's Citilink Ordering 25 ATR 72-600s
By Leithen Francis [email protected]
Source: AWIN First | http://www.aviationweek.com

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Garuda Indonesia’s low-cost carrier Citilink has decided to order ATR 72-600s after the manufacturer agreed to help provide foreign pilots and maintenance technicians.

The airline will be ordering 25 ATR 72-600s, with options for 25 more, and first deliveries will be in September, Citilink CEO, Arif Wibowo, tells Aviation Week.

He says five aircraft will be delivered in 2013. The delivery schedule for the first 25 aircraft runs “up to 2015” and if the 25 options are converted into firm orders, the delivery schedule goes “up to 2017”, says Wibowo.

Prior to selecting the ATR 72-600, Citilink also considered the Bombardier Q400. Some industry sources had expected that Citilink would choose the Q400 to more clearly differentiate itself from its nearest competitor, Lion Air’s Wings Air, which is one of the largest ATR 72 operators in the world.

Wibowo says there were three key considerations to selecting the aircraft type: economic, such the purchase price; financing; and aircraft performance. “With these three considerations in mind, our target was to be the most competitive in the market.”

The aircraft’s fuel-burn and runway performance was important, Wibowo says, although ATR’s offer to help Citilink to get support from European export credit agencies also helped.

In the request for proposals, Citilink required bidders to present plan to provide pilots, and ATR has agreed to this condition, says Wibowo. He adds that Citilink likely will rely on foreign pilots for the first two or three years until enough locals can complete ab initio training at flying schools and then be type-rated for the ATR 72-600.

The type-rating will conducted at ATR’s new simulator training centre in Singapore, he notes.

Citilink is unable to source pilots from Garuda for the turboprop operation, says Wibowo, because of demand to supply parent company Garuda’s growing Boeing 737 operation.
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Old January 19th, 2013, 06:00 PM   #5
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LIAT becomes new ATR customer in the Caribbean region

ATR and the Caribbean carrier Leeward Islands Air Transport Services (LIAT) today announced the signature of an agreement for the purchase of a total of three 48-seats ATR 42-600s. The deal also includes options for two 68-seat ATR 72-600, and is valued at over US$ 100 million. LIAT will take delivery of their very first ATR 42-600 in June 2013.

With the arrival of these aircraft from ATR, plus additional ATR -600s under discussion from leasing companies, LIAT will progressively replace its current fleet of former turboprop aircraft. The airline currently operates a fleet of 14 aircraft over its Caribbean network, which includes main hubs at Antigua, Barbados and Trinidad, and destinations –among others-, in Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, St.Marteen, Guadeloupe, Dominica, Martinique St.Lucia and St.Vincent.

This deal demonstrates again that the ATR 42 and ATR 72 aircraft family is the preferred option for inter-island operations worldwide due to their unrivalled economic performance on shorter routes and their ability to operate into small, short airfields. Today, ATR aircraft are successfully operated in archipelagos like French Polynesia, the Philippines, Canary Islands, Cape Verde, Maldives and the Caribbean region, as well as in countries with important amount of inter-island operations, such as Indonesia and Malaysia. LIAT will benefit from the very low operating and maintenance costs of the new ATR -600 series aircraft.

Commenting on this new contract, Ian Brunton, Chief Executive Officer of LIAT, declared: “We are pleased to become a new member of the ATR family and to start operating aircraft which have largely proven their efficiency and performances on the type of routes we propose. The aircraft of our modern fleet will feature the most advanced cabin interiors and standards of comfort, while being extremely respectful of the environment, a matter of considerable concern to us at LIAT”.

Filippo Bagnato, Chief Executive Officer of ATR, declared: “The ATR -600 series aircraft perfectly match the requirements of the airlines operating inter-island flights. Their outstanding performance and reliability on this type of routes clearly explains their success in recent years in the Caribbean region, where we have sold new ATR -600s to a number of airlines. We are honoured to see that LIAT, after a thorough and rigorous evaluation, has chosen to switch to ATR -600s and benefit from the many advantages of the most modern family of regional aircraft in the market”.
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Old March 8th, 2013, 03:54 AM   #7
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For the fans, on moroccan forum : RAM EXPRESS | 4 ATR 72-600 + 2 ATR 42-600 | 6 units | #Being Acquired



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Royal Air Maroc was the 1st company to operate new ATR 72-600 (2011).


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Nordic Aviation Capital places a landmark order for 90 ATR -600s

Tuesday 18 June 2013

The European turboprop manufacturer ATR and the Danish leasing company Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) signed a historic agreement today for the sale of 90 ATR -600s, including 35 firm orders (30 ATR 72-600s and 5 ATR 42-600s). The contract, including options, amounts to over US$ 2.1 billion.



NAC, which has signed several orders for new ATRs over the past three years, already has the largest fleet of ATRs in the world with over hundred aircraft. With the progressive arrival of the 30 additional ATR 72-600s and 5 ATR 42-600s into its fleet, NAC's ATR portfolio will exceed 150 aircraft by 2016.

Martin Møller, Chairman of NAC, said: "We have made ATR turboprops one of the main pillars of our present and future development. We believe that regional aviation in the years to come will increasingly rely on this outstanding technology, and that ATR aircraft will continue to see great success with airlines operating in this segment. The 180 airlines operating ATRs around the world represent so many opportunities for us to grow our business." He added: "Our experience as lessors confirms the strong demand for ATRs with regional airlines. Their very low operating costs and high reliability are the major drivers for ensuring profitability, both for airlines and for ourselves."



Filippo Bagnato, Chief Executive Officer of ATR, said: "This is a landmark order for ATR and our new generation aircraft as well as for this dynamic leasing company. It is a validation of the desirability of our aircraft and recognition of their high residual value”. He added "NAC’s order is indisputable proof of a return to the future for propeller aircraft and the market confidence in our product."

In the past three years, nearly one in four ATRs were sold to leasing companies. NAC has been at the forefront of this development due to their unique focus and expertise on turboprop aircraft. NAC believes that turboprop’ aircraft will become the key element for the development of regional aviation and with this order they cement their position as the leading lessor of turboprop aircraft.

About the ATR 72-600:

Passenger capacity: 68 to 74 seats
Engines: Pratt & Whitney 127M
Maximum take-off power: 2,750 horsepower per engine
Maximum take-off weight: 23,000 kg
Maximum load: 7,500 kg
Maximum flight range at maximum load: 900 nautical miles (1,665 km)

About the ATR 42-600:

Passenger capacity: 46 to 50 seats
Engines: Pratt & Whitney 127M
Maximum take-off power: 2,160 horsepower per engine
Maximum take-off weight: 18,600 kg
Maximum load: 5,500 kg
Maximum flight range at maximum load: 800 nautical miles (1,300 km)



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HGI Aircraft Division orders 20 ATR 72-600s for Passaredo

Wednesday 19 June 2013

European manufacturer of turboprop aircraft ATR and the leasing firm HGI Aircraft Division, -Air division of HGI Capital Group-, today signed a contract for the sale of 20 ATR 72-600s that will be introduced in the fleet of the Brazilian carrier Passaredo Linhas Aéreas. Of these, 10 are firm sales while 10 are options, for a total sum of US$ 482 million. HGI Capital Group also becomes shareholder of Passaredo following the approval of ANAC, Brazil’s National Agency for Civil Aviation. The contract has been signed on the occasion of the Paris Airshow, and was witnessed by Mrs. Nicole Bricq, French Minister for Foreign Trade.



This latest sale confirms ATR’s remarkable success with Brazilian regional airlines. Over the past three years, ATR has received firm orders for over 60 ATR 72-600s for Brazilian airlines. Brazil is currently experiencing significant development of its regional air transport networks and airport infrastructures in small and medium-sized towns. Since 2005, ATR has almost quadrupled the number of its aircraft on the Brazilian market, where currently almost 80 are operating in the colors of five different airlines. Over a hundred ATR aircraft will be operating in Brazil in 2015.

While signing the contract at the Paris Air Show, Juan Alcaraz, Chief Executive Officer of HGI Capital Group, said: “We are delighted to initiate our aircraft investments in association with Passaredo and ATR following the authorization of ANAC. We are convinced that the development of regional air transport in Brazil offers excellent business prospects for our newly created HGI Aircraft Division.” And he added: “Our investment in Passaredo will strengthen the airline in a highly competitive sector, allowing them to consolidate their presence and further increase their market share.”

Luiz Felicio, Chief Executive Officer of Passaredo Linhas Aéreas, said: “The ATR 72-600 is clearly the aircraft best suited to meet our operational requirements. The aircraft’s performance on all of our routes of less than 600 kilometers is unbeatable, allowing us to make very significant fuel-savings while offering a high quality service to our passengers.” And he added: “And all of this with the added bonus of having the lowest environmental impact of any aircraft of its capacity.”

Fillippo Bagnato, Chief Executive Officer of ATR, emphasized ATR’s strong growth, not only in Brazil, but throughout Latin America, where more than 160 ATR aircraft are currently operating: “The ATR 72-600 has become the top-selling regional aircraft on the vast Latin American market. We are very pleased to be able to support the growth of airlines and regional traffic using aircraft that combine the highest standards in passenger comfort with the lowest operating costs.”
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ATR 72-600 LIAT DELIVERY FLIGHT. (ACE 31/08/2013). TLS-ACE-SID

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AIR INDIA REGIONAL HAS 7 ATR 42-300 ON DRY LEASE AND JET AIRWAYS HAS 16 ATR 72-500 AND 1 ATR 72-600 AND 3 MORE ON ORDER. THE ATR 72-600 IS OPERATED FOR JETKONNECT. THIS PICTURE IS ATR 72-500 AND THIS PICTURE IS ATR 72-600 image hosted on flickr
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ATR 42-600 has been agreed by European Aviation Safety Agency ?

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Last June i took these pictures at the airport of Lombok, Indonesia.
PK-WGJ, a ATR72-600 was in June just a month earlier delivered.
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Lets take a more closer look.

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Next time the cabin

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I used to fly in American Eagle ATR 72-500's from Miami to Cuba before, and I thought they were small and looked a little old and weak. However, now that they've been taken out of service, I miss them lots. It's a beautiful plane and it is certainly reliable, even if in those times being right next to the propellers was a little noisy.
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