ATR 72-600. Courtesy, ATR ATR achieved a 2012 record turnover of $1.44 billion, up 11% year-over-year. The turboprop manufacturer plans to deliver 80 aircraft in 2013—the largest number in its history, CEO Filippo Bagnato said Wednesday. ATR made 115 sales in 2012, comprising 74 firm and 41 options, and had a close-to-record order backlog at year end of 221 aircraft, marginally down from 2011's figure of 224. It delivered a record 64 aircraft in 2012. Bagnato said he ...

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