ATR has booked 144 firm orders and 112 options since January and is now aiming to beat its full-year record of 157 orders, which it set in 2011. The 2014 orders include firm commitments for 119 ATR 72-600s and 25 ATR 42-600s, valued at $3.45 billion, or $6 billion including options. This takes ATR’s total backlog to 325 aircraft. Speaking at a media briefing at the Farnborough Airshow, new ATR CEO Patrick de Castelbajac said: “I think is quite an achievement. We’re getting ...

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