French regional turboprop manufacturer ATR is reporting the company signed 15 global maintenance agreements (GMAs) during 2013, adding over 160 additional aircraft to its existing aircraft-in-service fleet of approximately 300 aircraft. The value of the additional contracts comes to over $330 million, according to ATR. Newly signed customers for 2013 include Colombia-based Avianca (15 aircraft), and Garuda Indonesia (25 aircraft). Additionally, ATR renewed and extended its agreement with ...

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