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- 81. TransNusa to Expand Domestic Network with Three More ATR 72-600s
Indonesia’s TransNusa has unveiled plans to almost double its fleet of ATR 72-600 aircraft this year. The airline will use the additional aircraft to increase its domestic route network to around 30 destinations from the 16 it currently operates.
- 82. Caribbean Airlines Orders 9 ATR 72-600s
Caribbean Airlines Orders 9 ATR 72-600s. Trinidad and Tobago’s flag carrier, Caribbean Airlines, has signed a contract for the purchase of 9 ATR 72-600 aircraft, valued at some US$ 200 million. The signature of this deal, which follows a Memorandum of Understanding announced in 2010, will enable the airline to become a new ATR operator. First deliveries will start in October 2011.
- 83. Bangkok Airways to Resume Bangkok - Trat Flights on 2 October
Bangkok Airways will resume flights between Bangkok (BKK) and Trat (TDX) on 2 October 2020. The service will be operated with ATR 72-600 aircraft.
- 84. Australia’s Skywest Receives Fourth ATR 72-500
Australia’s Skywest Airlines has taken delivery of a fourth new ATR 72-500 turboprop airliner, which it will operate for Virgin Australia on a growing network of regional routes. Skywest is now preparing to receive four next-generation ATR 72-600 aircraft, the first of which it will introduce onto Virgin Australia services from the second half of 2012.
- 85. Cebu Pacific to Take Delivery of 12 New Aircraft in 2019
Cebu Pacific will expand its fleet this year with 12 brand new aircraft, including six Airbus A321neos; five A320neos; and an ATR 72-600. The A321neos feature 236 seats which is 56 seats or 31% more capacity than the A320.
- 86. Bangkok Airways to Launch Flights to Phu Quoc, Vietnam
Bangkok Airways has unveiled plans to launch flights between Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) and Phu Quoc International Airport in Vietnam starting 29 October 2017. The airline will operate the route with four flights per week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays using 70-seat ATR 72-600 aircraft.
- 87. ATR -600s Certified to Operate in Temperatures as Low as -45°C
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has granted ATR certification to operate its new ATR 42-600 and ATR 72-600 in temperatures as low as -45°C at take-off and landing. This certification means that -600 series ATRs can now fly with other ATR versions already certified to operate in particularly cold environments such as the far north of Europe, Canada and Siberia.
- 88. ATR -600 Series Granted ETOPS 120 by EASA
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has granted ATR, the European manufacturer of turboprop aircraft, ETOPS 120 minutes certification of its new '-600' series ATR aircraft. This ETOPS (Extended-range Twin-engine Performance Standards) certification means that the ATR 42-600 and ATR 72-600 versions can now fly with one engine, as far as 120 flight minutes from any airport at
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