Articles Tagged ‘ATR’
Air New Zealand has 40 domestic and nine international routes this week. Now, 80% of domestic flights are operated by turboprops, key for network continuity.
As a new Irish airline may be created to challenge Stobart Air, we see that Aer Lingus Regional had no direct competition on 17 of its 24 routes.
Windrose began Kiev Borispol – Zagreb on 4 October, the first time in three decades that the two have been linked non-stop.
Aer Lingus Regional has launched Birmingham and Manchester from Belfast City, with these two routes having 546,000 passengers last year.
Despite coronavirus, Lübeck Air took to the skies on 17 August. This is the first time since 2016 that Lübeck Airport has had scheduled service; its role is now very different than before.
Patrick Fennell discusses the impact of Covid-19 on Xfly, how it’s responding, and tips for proactively dealing with future black swan events.
Boeing and Embraer examining the business case for a new turboprop as the Dash-8-400 and ATR-72 have over 60 million seats in W19.
We all know Dubai is the place to see A380s but which are the world’s busiest airports for other aircraft types? We look at a range of aircraft types from mega-jumbos to turboprops to see where you should go to see them.