Turboprop manufacturer ATR will formally announce a new logistics center in Brazil early in 2015 and a new partner for its growing network of MRO facilities by the end of this year, as it plans a significant increase in its MRO activities worldwide. There are around 70 ATRs flying in Brazil, with carrier Azul having the biggest fleet on order or in service. The carrier is the driving force behind ATR’s interest in MRO activities in the South American nation, but the Franco-Italian ...

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