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- 73. ATR and Swedenís BRA Perform First ATR Biofuel Flight
An ATR 72-600 of the Swedish carrier BRA (former Braathens Regional) conducted a flight from Stockholm-Bromma to UmeŚ fueled at 45% with fossil-free used cooking oil. The flight was the first powered by biofuel for an ATR aircraft.
- 74. Thai Lion Air to Launch New Routes; Develop Hat Yai as Hub
Thai Lion Air has unveiled plans to launch new services to several new destinations in Thailand and overseas using an ATR 72-600. This is the very first ATR to join Thai Lion Airís fleet and the very first -600 model ATR to come to Thailand.
- 75. EASA Certifies ATR's New Pratt & Whitney Canada 127N Engines
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has certified the ATR 72-600 aircraft for the use of new PW127N engines. Following in the PW127M's flight path with over 10 million hours of operation, the PW127N provides a 4.5% power increase for Maximum Take-Off ratings (MTO), thus enhancing performance in hot and high operating conditions.
- 76. Binter Canarias Orders Six ATR 72-600s
Binter Canarias of the Spanish Canary Islands has signed a firm order for six ATR 72-600 aircraft, valued at almost US$ 150 million. These newest ATR '-600s' will begin the renewal process of the airline's current fleet of 18 ATR 72s which have been operating successfully in the inter-islands network for years.
- 77. Flybe Signs Global Maintenance Agreement with ATR
Flybe, one of Europeís largest regional airlines, operating domestic and regional routes for Scandinavian Airlines (SAS), has signed a 6-year Global Maintenance Agreement with ATR for five ATR 72-600 aircraft. Flybeís first brand new ATR entered service last month. The airline will incorporate four other new 70-seat ATR 72-600s into the SAS network between 2016 and 2017.
- 78. ATR Receives EASA Certification for Passenger-Cargo ďCombiĒ Aircraft
ATR has obtained European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certification for its passenger-cargo ďcombiĒ version of the ATR 72-600. The new cabin configuration of the aircraft allows combining increased cargo volume for over 19 m3 in volume and nearly 3,000 kg in weight with up to 44 passenger seats section.
- 79. Lion Air Signs Contract for 27 Additional ATR 72-600s
Indonesia's fast growing carrier Lion Air and the European regional turboprop manufacturer ATR have signed a contract for the purchase of 27 additional ATR 72-600 aircraft. Once these aircraft will be integrated into the fleet of Lion Air's regional subsidiary Wings Air, it will become the largest operator of ATR aircraft in the world, with a total fleet of 60 aircraft (20 ATR 72-5
- 80. Brazilís Azul Signs Contract for 10 More ATR 72-600s
Brazilís Azul Linhas Aťreas has signed a contract for the purchase of 10 additional ATR 72-600 aircraft, valued at some 227 US$ million. The deal is the conversion into firm orders of 10 of the 20 options inked in the contract that both companies announced at Farnborough Airshow last year.
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