ATR Airliner Spotting Guide


About ATR

ATR is a Franco-Italian aircraft manufacturer headquartered at Toulouse Blagnac International Airport in Blagnac, France.

The company was created in 1981 by Aérospatiale of France (now Airbus) and Aeritalia (now Leonardo) of Italy. Final assembly is at Toulouse.

ATR 42 and 72

Its primary products of the company are the ATR 42 and ATR 72 turboprop, short-haul regional aircraft. ATR has sold more than 1,500 aircraft and has over 200 operators in more than 100 countries. The ATR 72 series seats from 30-78 passengers.

The ATR -600 features is equipped with two PW 127M engines and a state-of-the-art glass cockpit that incorporates the latest innovations in avionics technology. The glass cockpit further reduces ight crew workload and enhances situational awareness while providing better reliability, maintenance cost savings and weight reduction.

ATR turboprop aircraft are recognized as the most eco-friendly regional airplanes and are the world benchmark in terms of efficiency, reliability and economics on short-haul routes.

The ATR -600 series has the widest cabin in the turboprop market.

ATR 42-600 of Amakusa Airlines
(Photo courtesy of ATR)

ATR 42-600 of Amakusa Airlines


ATR 72-600
(Photo courtesy of ATR)
ATR-72-600

ATR 72-600 of Caribbean Airlines
(Photo courtesy of ATR)

ATR-72-600 of Caribbean Airlines

 

More Information About ATR

Official website of ATR

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