​ ATR is focused on continuous improvements of its ATR42/72 turboprops rather than on more expensive options such as re-engining and stretches. Briefing media at the Singapore Air Show this week, ATR CEO Christian Scherer said, “ATR is a profitable franchise. But re-engining? I don’t know yet. I believe ATR is expected to position itself with respect to future aircraft, and we will, but there are two extremes in my view.” ATR’s choice, he said, was to do something ...

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