ATR in 2010 doubled its aircraft orders and options to 80 orders and 33 options, results that "illustrate the first signs of recovery of the aviation industry in 2010," it said. The company generated revenue of $1.35 billion for the full year, nearly three times its 2005 revenue, and delivered a total of 51 new aircraft, down from last year's 54. Sales, including options, are valued at around $2.4 billion, it said. "I am delighted that ATR has regained speed in 2010 by ...

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