ATR displays all-new ATR 42-600 for US carrier Silver Airways at Farnborough International Airshow 2018

Attendees will be able to visit ATR’s latest developments in a dedicated Innovation Room  

 
Toulouse, 11 July, 2018 – ATR, the market leader in the regional aviation segment, will be present at the Farnborough International Airshow 2018. Attendees will have the opportunity to visit an ATR 42-600 in the colours of Silver Airways, leased from Nordic Aviation Capital, in the static display area. Later this year Silver Airways will become the very first ATR -600 series operator in the US.
 
On the occasion of the airshow, ATR will display some of its recent innovations. Close to the ATR 42-600 aircraft on display, visitors will have the chance to experience, in a dedicated exhibition area, the Neo Classic and Neo Prestige new passenger seats, as well as the Cabinstream system that allows passengers to stream multimedia content.
 
ClearVision™, which is a first in commercial aviation will also be demonstrated. The system improves a pilot’s situational awareness with optimised Head-Up capabilities which can also be coupled with Enhanced and Synthetic Vision Systems.
 
ATR will be welcoming its visitors in its lounge next to the aircraft which is located at the static area, OE33.  
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About ATR

ATR is the world number one regional aircraft manufacturer with its ATR 42 and 72, the best-selling aircraft in the below 90-seat market segment. The unifying vision of the company is to accelerate sustainable connections for people, communities and businesses, no matter how remote. Flown by some 200 airlines in over 100 countries, ATR aircraft opened 150 new routes in 2023, facilitating the development of territories and enabling access to crucial services like healthcare and education. Thanks to ATR’s focus on continuous innovation and the intrinsic efficiency of the turboprop technology, ATR aircraft are the most advanced, versatile, cost-effective and lowest-emission regional aircraft on the market, emitting 45% less CO2 than similar-size regional jets. In January 2022, we flew the first ever commercial aircraft using 100% SAF in both engines. ATR is a joint-venture between Airbus and Leonardo.