Turboprop manufacturer ATR has gained European certification for its ATR 42-600, joining the larger ATR 72-600 variant, which was approved last year.
ATR 42-600. Courtesy, ATR Turboprop manufacturer ATR has gained European certification for its ATR 42-600, joining the larger ATR 72-600 variant, which was approved last year (ATW Daily News, June 1, 2011). The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certification marks the end of a series of ground and in-flight tests that were accelerated by the ATR 42-600’s similarity to the ATR 72-600. ATR said the new variant will enter service this summer, serving the “niche ...
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