Canary Islands regional airline Binter Canarias has placed a firm order for six ATR 72-600s for its fleet renewal valued at just under $150 million at list prices. Binter Canarias has operated ATRs on intra-island services since 1989 and today its fleet includes 18 ATR 72-200s and -500s, making it one of Europe’s largest ATR operators. Announcing the deal at the Singapore Airshow, ATR said Binter’s new -600s will be progressively introduced from 2015. “The ATR aircraft ...

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