First choice for operators

ATR aircraft are suitable for all business models and all regions of the world, in any type of conditions (cold, hot, high altitude runways, harsh environments), and a wide range of airports (steep approach, unpaved airfields, short or narrow runways). This broad appeal and flexibility lead to strong asset values and wide acceptance of the aircraft in the airline and financing community.


per seat per km

Ranked 1st

Asset in regional aircraft category for 4 years in a row*

*Air Finance Journal Investor Pool



The lowest seat-mile cost in regional aviation

With its lighter structure, optimised speed and an engine designed for short sectors, the ATR 72-600 is, by far, the most fuel efficient regional aircraft. ATR’s fuel burn advantage drives lower costs and emissions and makes it the optimal aircraft for regional markets. The ATR 72-600 is the benchmark aircraft in the regional market with unbeatable economics. Operating costs on competing regional jets are at least 45% higher.


Yearly savings on operating cost per aircraft


Trip cost advantage


Seat cost advantage

Extreme hot and cold conditions

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Unique continuous cockpit innovation

The ATR-600 series’ full glass cockpit provides a comprehensive and ergonomic working environment to the pilots for safe and efficient operations. It has raised the bar in human machine interfaces offering a high level of comfort and demonstrable efficiency gains.

Navigation, communication and surveillance functions are integrated into a modular avionics architecture. This state-of-the-art philosophy is open and evolutionary to allow new software and hardware functionalities to be inserted in the future independently: continuous development is the ATR DNA.

Discover these unique features on-board a turboprop below. They are designed to improve over time.

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Synthetic Vision System to reduce the risk of spatial disorientation

Five large Liquid Crystal Displays designed to improve over time through regular software updates

Engines and Warning Display with Electronic Checklists that automatically pop-up the procedure needed at the right time

Airport Navigation Map to facilitate taxiing at large airports

Latest Performance-Based Navigation capabilities with Baro VNAV, LPV and RNP AR 0.3/0.3

Electronic Flight Bag with on-board performance software, documentation and navigation charts

Temporary Flight Plan and Engine-Out SID capabilities easing decision making

Reactive Windshear with identification of wind factors when impacting aircraft performance

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Data Summary


Weight & payload


Typical layouts

ATR 72-600
Take-off distance (MTOW, ISA, SL)
Landing distance (MLW, SL) 915m
Range (max pax)
740NM / 1,370km
ATR 72-600
Take-off distance (MTOW, ISA, SL)
Landing distance (MLW, SL) 3,002ft
Range (max pax)
740NM / 851mi
ATR 72-600
Maximum Take-off Weight

Maximum Landing Weight
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight
Maximum Payload Weight
Maximum Fuel Load
ATR 72-600
Maximum Take-off Weight
Maximum Landing Weight49,272lb
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight46,296lb
Maximum Payload Weight16,313lb
Maximum Fuel Load 11,024lb
ATR 72-600
Overall Length
ATR 72-600
Overall length89' 1.5"
Wingspan88' 9"
ATR 72-600
72 seats at 29” pitch
78 seats at 28” pitch
44 seats + 1,400kg of additional cargo
ATR 72-600
72 seats at 29” pitch
78 seats at 28” pitch
44 seats + 3,086lb of additional cargo

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