ATR 42, ATR 72


ATR (Avions de Transport Regional)

French-Italy co-production. ATR aircrafts are often used by regional airline companies.


ATR 42

ATR 42-300/42-320/42-500

ATR 42-500 model has a capacity of 50 passengers,


ATR 72

ATR 72-200/72-210/72-500

ATR 72-500 model has a capacity of 70 passengers. The ATR 72-500, is an airworthy 70-seater turbo-prop aircraft with spacious seating and ample cargo space. This current model is very popular among airlines in more than 65 countries around the world for its short haul operations.



ATR 72-600

These new generation, ATR72-600 are equipped with a new full-glass cockpit and feature a high comfort layout with larger overhead bins. The ATR 72-600 are not only known for their reliability and technology but are also the top-selling turboprop aircraft on the market.

The ATR 72-600 Series takes advantage of the latest innovations in the cockpit technology with simplified, integrated LCD advanced functions, enhancing safety, improved handling for pilots, in addition to maintenance cost saving and significant weight reduction.


ATR 72-600

New technological innovations are being incorporated in the ATR-600 Series to further enhance the feeling of space, comfort and the pleasure of flying. The ATR 72-600 benefits from the widest cabin in the turboprop market, new ergonomic design for greater comfort, new seats and wider overhead bins with 30% more roller bags stowage.

ATR 72-600, configured with 68 to 74 seats, The ATR 72-600, as the previous ATR 72 aircraft versions, is recognized as the most efficient regional aircraft with the lowest seat-mile costs.


Airlines List That use ATR Aircrafts

List of Some Airlines has ATR Aircraft in their fleets; Bangkok Airways, Cebu Pasific Air, Passaredo, Azul, Jet Airways, Uni Air, Malindo, HOP!, Garuda Indonesia, Air Algerie, Binter Canarias, Firefly, Air New Zealand, Trigana, Air Caledonie, TruJet, Liat Air, Precision Air, Air Vanuatu, Air Botswana, Drukair Royal Bhutan Airlines, Aeromar, Danish Alsie Express, Antrak Air.