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What makes ATR regional turboprops so successful

As it approaches four decades since its first flight, ATR’s eponymous aircraft effectively has the regional turboprop market to itself. Alan Dron finds out how it has achieved this

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Crosswind training review follows West Atlantic ATR landing incident

West Atlantic is enhancing its crosswind training for pilots following an incident in which an ATR 72 turboprop suffered damage to its nosewheel while landing at East Midlands Airport.

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Paris Air Show 2023 civil aircraft gallery

A selection of some of the civil aircraft attending this year’s Paris Air Show.

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Paris Air Show 2023: Day 2 Roundup

All the news and developments from day two at Le Bourget

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UK planespotting highlights for May 2023

We present a selection of images of visiting aircraft from airports around the UK. For the most part, they’re commercial jets, but almost all of them are unusual types, wearing new or unique liveries, or first visits by an airline or airliner to a particular airport.

Malaysia pushes forward with ATR 72 MPA acquisition

The Malaysian MOD formally inked a contract with Leonardo for the acquisition of two ATR 72 Maritime Patrol Aircraft platforms during a ceremony that took place during the biennially-held Langkawi International Maritime & Aerospace (LIMA) exhibition in Malaysia on May 25

Expert Series I: ATR 42-600 / 72-600 ready for take-off

Microsoft Flight Simulator Team has released the first aircraft in a brand-new series of highly authentic and accurate aircraft called ‘Expert Series’.

ATRs to Uzbekistan

The first two of three aircraft has been delivered, with a third due imminently.

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Binter UK flights? Airline's big plans revealed

Binter Canarias is embarking on an exciting new chapter in its colourful history, as Matteo Legnani reports from Gran Canaria

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Nepal ATR Crash: What we know so far

Sunday’s fatal loss of a Yeti Airlines ATR was Nepal’s worst accident in three decades. Key.Aero examines what is known so far