30 Apr 2018

ATR Industry Weekly News (22 - 29 April 2018)

Source: aviator.aero

Air Madagascar subsidiary Tsaradia obtained its air transport certificate and its operating license, and the Group will operate with five additional aircraft from summer 2018 to ensure domestic flights. The aircraft – one ATR, one A340, and three Twin Otters – are owned by strategic partner Air Austral (Reunion).


Buddha Air (Nepal) to soon be adding a new ATR72, registration 9N-AMU to its fleet.


Hawaiian Airlines (US) says A321neo deliveries are about three months behind schedule for 2018, with nine due by end of the year, followed by six in 2019 and one in 2020. Carrier has took a one-time 1Q 2018 charge of US$35 million due to return of its B767s into service, and from the cancellation of its A330-800 order. Freighter operations with three ATR72Fs is also expected to launch later in 2018.


Binter Canarias took delivery of one ATR72-600, serial 1490.


Other sources: tarmacaerosave.aero

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