ATR has sold 46 aircraft and 35 options in the year to date, valued at $2 billion including options, marking a slowdown on its previous performance due to low fuel prices and adverse dollar exchange rates. However, the manufacturer is still claiming 77% turboprop market share for the period between 2010 and mid-2015. That figure lowers to 38% when including all regional aircraft below 90 seats, with the Bombardier’s rival Q400 turboprop sitting at 11%. “This shows our aircraft ...

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