Bahamasair, the national flag carrier of Bahamas, has placed a firm order for two 70- seat ATR 72-600s and three 50-seat ATR 42-600s. First delivery is scheduled before the end of 2015. The new aircraft will replace the Bahamas flag carrier’s aging Boeing 737 fleet. Bahamasair CEO Henry Woods said “the choice of ATR -600 aircraft family is a strategic one for us. As we look to introduce a modern and fuel-efficient aircraft into our fleet, with its proven economics, reliability ...

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