Sustained Demand for all ATR Aircraft Models Confirmed at Singapore Airshow

At the 2024 edition of the Singapore Airshow, ATR reaffirmed its position as a global leader in regional aviation through confirmations of orders and fleet placements.

ATR kicked off the show with the introduction of the first brand new ATR 72-600 aircraft in Central Asia, through Uzbek airline Silk Avia, part of the Uzbekistan Airways Group.

The growing demand for ATR’s reliable and versatile turboprops was underlined by the unveiling of two orders which were part of the manufacturer’s undisclosed commitments of 2023. These include an order for two ATR 42-600 from Maldivian and one ATR 72-600 from Air Tahiti.

The unrivalled capabilities of ATR’s aircraft family to connect regions responsibly, affordably and efficiently was further reinforced by the expansion of Cebu Pacific’s fleet, with two leased ATR 72-600.

The manufacturer also confirmed the placement of two leased ATR 72-600 at Fly91, a start-up regional carrier set to connect unserved and underserved routes across India.

This year’s show was marked by renewed confidence from longstanding ATR supporters and trust from new entrants to the market, endorsing the relevance of ATR’s products and services for all business cases and types of regional operations.

These aircraft will support our airline partners in providing seamless connectivity to their passengers, bridging gaps in air transportation networks, and bringing communities closer than ever before.