Regional turboprop manufacturer ATR plans to capitalize on the turmoil affecting its main competitor, Bombardier, by positioning itself as the only company in the sector that can guarantee its products’ longevity. Speaking Jan. 31 at ATR’s annual press conference in Paris, ATR CEO Stefano Bortoli said 2019 would be a year of consolidation in which the Franco-Italian manufacturer would better understand the ramifications of Bombardier’s decision to sell its Q400 turboprop ...

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