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The New ATR Generation

ATR 72-500
Responding to Market Needs

DC/VE/M 2430/02
June 2003
ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

Contents

■ ATR Program Overview ……………………….. 4


■ Worldwide success ……………………………… 11
■ ATR 72-500 outstanding features …………….. 19
■ Passenger appeal and comfort ………………… 23
■ Weights and performance………………………. 35
■ Commonality benefits …………………………… 51
■ Unbeatable economics………………………….. 57
■ Maintenance …………………………………….. 65
■ Customer Support ……………………………... 75
■ Conclusion ……………………………………….. 83

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ATR Integrated Company


ATR Shareholders

80% 50% 100%

50% AERONAUTICA

CUSTOMERS
Design,
Design, Engineering,
Engineering, Final
Final Assembly
Assembly Line,
Line, Purchasing,
Purchasing, Marketing,
Marketing,
Sales
Sales and
and Customer
Customer Support
Support activities
activities benefitting
benefitting from
from the
the expertise
expertise
of
of two
two European
European leading
leading aircraft
aircraft manufacturers,
manufacturers, EADS
EADS and
and Alenia.
Alenia.

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EADS Group
ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

The World’s First Transnational Aerospace Company

Military
Military Transp.
Transp. Defence
Defence && Strategic
Strategic
Airbus
Airbus Aeronautics
Aeronautics Space
Space Systems
Systems
Aircraft
Aircraft Civil Systems
Civil Systems Coordination
Coordination

Military
Military
Aircraft
Aircraft
Airbus
Airbus Airbus
Airbus Ariane
Ariane Dassault
Dassault
SCE
SCE SCE
SCE Eurocopter
Eurocopter space
space Aviation
Aviation

Socata
Socata

EADS 2002 main figures Sogerma/EFW


Sogerma/EFW
■ Orders Eur 31.0 Bn (US$ 32.20 Bn)
■ Orders Backlog Eur168.3 Bn (US$ 174.70 Bn)

50%
■ Revenues Eur 29.9 Bn (US$ 31.09 Bn)
■ Workforce 104,000 ATR

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Finmeccanica Group
ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

Italy’s Largest Producer of High Technology

Weapons
Weapons Electronic Underwater
Electronic Underwater Transport.
Space
Space Helicopters
Helicopters Transport. Energy
Energy IT
IT
Systems
Systems Defence
Defence Sys.
Sys.Systems
Systems
AERONAUTICA

Combat
Combat Aircraft
Aircraft

Eurofighter
Eurofighter
19%
19%
Military
Military Transport
Transport
Aircraft
Aircraft

Commercial
Commercial
aircraft
aircraft
Finmeccanica 2002 Aerostructures
Aerostructures
main figures
50% ATR
■Orders Eur 8.69 Bn (US$ 9.04 Bn)
■Orders Backlog Eur 21.70 Bn (US$ 22.57 Bn) Commuter
Commuter
■Revenues Eur 7.81 Bn (US$ 8.12 Bn)
■Workforce 44,960

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ATR Family Evolution

1985 ATR 42-300 1987 ATR 42-320 1995 ATR 42-500


PW 120 PW 121 New engine :PW 127E
4 blades 14SF5 4 blades 14SF5 New 6-blade 568F propeller
“ Hot & high” New interiors - Advanced
soundproofing techniques
“ Hot & high”

h r ation
et c New Ge ne
Str Maximu
m
om m o n ality
c

1989 ATR 72-200 1992 ATR 72-210 1997 ATR 72-500


PW 124B PW 127 PW 127F
4 blades 14SF11 4 blades 247F New 6-blade 568F propeller
“ Hot & high” - Short runway New interiors - Advanced
soundproofing techniques

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ATR Family: the New Generation

ATR 42
46-50
46-50 seats
seats The
Theonly
onlytrue
truefamily
family
in
inthe
the40-70
40-70
seats
seatsturboprop
turboprop
market
marketsegment
segment

ATR 72
64-72
64-72 seats
seats

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The ATR Family: Unmatched Versatility

■ Passenger version

■ Rough field version ■ Corporate version

■ Cargo version ■ Maritime Patrol version


01-009/31-02

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The New ATR Generation


ATR 72-500
Worldwide success

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Product Attractiveness
s t aircraft
be rs
The annual Investors’ and Operators’ Poll by Voted and Operato
Airfinance Journal, based on large a sample of
n v e stors iv e ye ar
senior management at airlines, lessors, banks by I co n s ecut
and other financial investors, ranked aircraft Fourth
types on the basis of five criteria:
■ Investor appeal

■ Residual value

■ Remarketability potential
ATR 42 ATR 72
■ Value for money

1 1
■ Operational success.

ATR 42 and ATR 72 have been ranked in 2002


respectively: First in the category of regional
turboprops by Operators’ Poll and First by 2002 Operators’ 2002 Investors
Operators and Investors Poll, overall ranking, Poll - and Operators’
with the highest scores in residual value, Turboprops Poll - Overall
investor appeal and value for money criteria. Ranking
Airfinance Journal, September 2002

The ATR Family: best value for money

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The ATR Family : Worldwide Success


Total
Total ATR
ATR family
family
Firm orders - May 2003 673
673 Ordered
Ordered a/c
a/c
Europe
from
from 87
87 Customers
Customers
of
of which:
which:
188 282 83
83 ATR
ATR 42-500
42-500
114
114 ATR
ATR 72-500
72-500

North America
Asia Pacific

Latin
America
108
Africa & Middle-East

54
41

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ATR, the Major’s Favorite

AMERICAN AIRLINES BRITISH AIRWAYS LUFTHANSA

ALITALIA THAI AIRWAYS CONTINENTAL A/L

AIR FRANCE AIR NEW ZEALAND KLM FINNAIR

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Breakdown of Orders
ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

By Region By Variant

Africa/Middle East Latin


America

6%
Australasia
8% ATR 72
/ Far East
Europe ATR 42
16%
42% 44%
56%
North
America

28%

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The ATR Family: Customer Preference
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Sales since launch Sales since launch


■ Dash 8-Q300/-Q400 300 ■ Dash 8-Q400 95

■ ATR 42/72 673 ■ ATR 72 301

Dash 8-Q400
Dash 8- 24%
Q300/Q400
30% ATR 72
76%
ATR 42/72
70%

ATR
ATR :: Worldwide
Worldwide recognition
recognition as
as the
the most
most successful
successful turboprop
turboprop family
family in
in
the
the regional
regional market,
market, by
by far
far the
the leader
leader in
in the
the 40-70
40-70 seats
seats category.
category.

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FEAMA 2003 Market Consensus
ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

(20 Years Regional Aircraft Delivery Forecast)

20-99
20-99 seat
seat RJ’s
RJ’s :: 5,712
5,712 a/c
a/c
15-89
15-89 seat
seat turboprops:
turboprops: 1,047
1,047 a/c
a/c

Average
Average annual
annual delivery
delivery rate
rate :: 338
338 a/c
a/c
Turboprops
Turboprops Delivery
Delivery Units
Units per
per year:
year: about
about 52
52 a/c
a/c
of
of which
which 80%
80% in
in the
the 40-70
40-70 seats
seats category
category
(44
(44 a/c
a/c per
per year)
year)

Total of 6,759 a/c in the 15-99 seats category


of which 15% (1,047 A/C) are turboprops.

Turboprops
Turboprops will
will continue
continue to
to play
play aa vital
vital role
role in
in the
the regional
regional transport
transport market.
market.

Note: The FEAMA members include all the most important European airframes, engines, systems manufacturers
and suppliers (extended as well to non-European as Bombardier and Embraer).

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The New ATR Generation


ATR 72-500
Outstanding features

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Introducing the New Generation ATR 72-500

The ATR 72-500 is the latest


development of the ATR 72.
It benefits from the in-service
experience of more than 640 ATR
aircraft flying world-wide, with a
proven average dispatch reliability of
more than 99%.

The ATR 72-500 incorporates:


■ New cabin interior design
■ Advanced acoustic treatment
■ New propeller system
■ Excellent field performance

offering all the commonality benefits of the proven and


successful ATR family and namely of the New Generation
ATR -500 series aircraft.

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Outstanding features
Common
Common PW127
PW127 engines
engines 568F
568F six-blade
six-blade propeller
propeller Advanced
Advanced Noise
Noise interior
interior
and
and controls
controls with
with ATR
ATR 42-500
42-500 with
with electronic
electronic control
control treatment
treatment

Wing
Wing and
and fuselage
fuselage adapted
adapted
to
to new operational weights
new operational weights

Composite
Composite tail
tail

Common
Common cockpit/systems
cockpit/systems
New
New look
look New
New landing
landing gears,
gears, with
with ATR
ATR 42-500
42-500
interior
interior wheels
wheels and
and brakes
brakes

High
High level
level passenger
passenger comfort,
comfort, excellent
excellent hot
hot &
& high
high and
and short
short field
field
performance,
performance, low
low cost
cost operations
operations

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ATR 72-500
General Arrangement 8.10 m
Optimized propeller-
Low loading sill (1.2m) fuselage clearance (26' 7")
Ø 3.93 m
(12'11")

( 25' 1")
7.65 m
0.835 m
10.77 m
( 35' 4") (2' 8.9") 4.10 m
27.166 m
27.050 m (13' 5")
( 89' 1.5")
Perfectly suited to operations
on narrow runways (88' 9")

Dimensions
Overall length 27.166 m 89 ft 2 in
Overall height 7.650 m 25 ft 1 in
Wing span 27.050 m 88 ft 9 in
Wing area 61.00 m² 656.6 sq.ft
Entrance door 0.750 x 1.750 m 29.5 x 68.9 in
WING AREA : 61 sq. m
(657 sq. ft) Cargo door 1.275 x 1.53 m 50.2 x 60.2 in
Service door 0.610 x 1.220 m 24.0 x 48.0 in
Emer. Type III 0.510 x 0910 m 20.0 x 36.0 in

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The New ATR Generation


ATR 72-500
Passenger Appeal
and Comfort

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ATR 72-500
New Generation Cabin Comfort

■ New cabin interior design


■ Advanced acoustic treatment
■ New 6-blade propeller system
■ Enhanced air conditioning
cooling capacity

➧ Passenger appeal and jet comfort

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ATR 72-500
Cabin Layout Flexibility

■ The standard ATR 72-500 with front cargo door configuration consists
of 68 seats at a pitch of 31 inches, with a straight partition including a
front cabin attendant station.

■ Two cargo areas are available:


- Front cargo compartment: volume 5.8m3 (205 cu.ft)
- Rear cargo compartment: volume 4.8m3 (169.5 cu.ft)

■ In the cabin, overhead bins are provided, offering 3.15m3 (111 cu.ft) for
the hand baggage

■ Other seating configurations are proposed, ranging from 64 seats at


32” pitch to 72 seats at 30” pitch with a RH bayonet partition.

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ATR 72 Versatility
68 seats at 31” pitch ▲ ▲ SD
with A & E type galleys B 3 m3
106 cu.ft G B 3
4.8 m
A 169.5 cu.ft
A
2.8 m 3 T
B 99 cu.ft G
▲ ▲
CD ED

SD

70 seats at 31” pitch


B1.8 m3
63.5 cu.ft
G B
4.8 m3
A A
169.5 cu.ft
2.8 m
3 T
B 99 cu.ft G

CD
RD
▲ ▲ SD
72 seats at 30” pitch B 3
1.8 m
With a RH bayonet partition 63.5 cu.ft
G B 4.8 m
3

and A + D type galley configuration A 169.5 cu.ft


A
T
B 2.8 m3
99 cu.ft

A Attendant seat ▲ ▲
CD ED
B Baggage compartment
CD Cargo door Volumes 68 pax @ 31” 72 pax @ 30”
ED Entrance door
G Galley Baggage compartment 10.6 m3 (374.5 cu.ft) 9.4 m3 (332 cu.ft)
✕ Emergency exit Baggage per pax 0.156 m3 (5.51 cu.ft) 0.131 m3 (4.61 cu.ft)
SD Service door Total baggage 13.75 m3 (485.4 cu.ft) 12.65 m3 (446.5 cu.ft)
T Toilet Total baggage/pax 0.202 m3 (7.14 cu.ft) 0.176 m3 (6.20 cu.ft)

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in the market
Large
Large overhead
overhead
Ease of movement luggage
luggage bins
bins
along the cabin (2-meter
(2-meter long,
long, 47
47 liters
liters
A handrail is incorporated per pax)
per pax)
on the edge of the
overhead bins.

Widest aisle in its class


Wide
Wide floor
floor
(more
(more leg
leg room
room and
and
comfort
comfort when
when sitting
sitting on
on
aa window seat
window seat ) )

Space
Space and
and Comfort
Comfort

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New Cabin Design

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ATR 72-500
Advanced Acoustic Treatment
Passive
Passive treatment
treatment of
of the
the cabin
cabin
interior
interior Acoustic
Acoustic structural
structural treatment
treatment

■ Attachment
Attachment of of the
the panels
panels andand overhead
overhead binsbins ■
■ Stiffening
Stiffening of
of eight
eight frames
frames located
located in
in the
the
to
to the
the structure
structure by by specially
specially designed
designed dampers,
dampers, propeller
propeller area
area and
and installation
installation ofof Dynamic
Dynamic
avoiding
avoiding transmission
transmission of of vibrations
vibrations from
from the
the Vibration
Vibration Absorbers
Absorbers on on the
the upper
upper side
side ofof the
the
structure
structure toto the
the interior
interior furnishings
furnishings frames
frames and
and on
on the
the floor
floor beams,
beams, greatly
greatly
reducing
reducing the
the transmission
transmission of of noise
noise generated
generated

■ Cabin
Cabin partitions
partitions treated
treated to
to reduce
reduce by the propeller blades
by the propeller blades
reverberation
reverberation phenomena in the
phenomena in the forward
forward and
and
rear
rear cabin
cabin area
area ■
■ Skin
Skin damping
damping treatment
treatment through
through
viscomaterial
viscomaterial strips
strips on
on the
the panels,
panels, reducing
reducing

■ New
New insulation
insulation blankets
blankets with
with an
an optimized
optimized noise
noise propagation
propagation byby the
the skin.
skin.
thickness
thickness and made of waterproof material
and made of waterproof material


■ Parasitic
Parasitic noise
noise sources
sources (coming
(coming from
from outflow
outflow
valves,
valves, air
air conditioning
conditioning recirculation
recirculation fans
fans and
and
from
from hydraulic
hydraulic pumps)
pumps) have
have been
been treated.
treated.

Increased passenger comfort

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Quiet Cabin Features
Acoustic
Acoustic treatment
treatment
of
of structure
structure

■ Dynamic
Dynamic vibration
vibration absorbers
absorbers

■ Stiffened frames
Stiffened frames

■ Skin
Skin damping
damping


■ New
New 6-blade
6-blade propeller
propeller
with
with electronic control
electronic control


■ Suppression
Suppression of of parasitic
parasitic
noise
noise sources in the
sources in the cabin
cabin

■ Passive
Passive treatment
treatment
of
of cabin
cabin interior
interior

Silence and comfort

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568F Propeller System

The new 568F six-blade Hamilton Standard propeller is


specially optimized for:
low cabin noise in climb and cruise and low vibration.

It features:
■ New PEC (Propeller Electronic Control)
■ New PVM (Propeller Valve Module),

ensuring:
■ Very accurate propeller speed and phase control (± 1
RPM speed and ± 1° phase holding)
■ Optimum synchrophasing between the two propellers,

and resulting in:


■ Optimum comfort even in turbulence.

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ATR 72-500
Environment Friendly
Certificated noise levels
568F propeller system
reducing outside noise EPNdB

ATR 42-500
■ Beyond cabin comfort, the HS568F propeller ATR 72-500
ICAO/FAA limit
system is instrumental in reducing the outside
noise. 90

■ The cumulated margin versus ICAO Annex 16


Chapter 3 outside noise requirements is a
remarkable 26.6 EPNdB, making the ATR 72-
500 one of the quietest in the industry. 80
■ Largely compliant to Chapter 4 requirements
■ Extremely low fuel burn and emissions also
contribute to make the ATR 42-500 really 70
environment friendly.
Take-Off Sideline Approach

Extremely
Extremely quiet
quiet neighbour
neighbour (26.6
(26.6 EPNdB
EPNdB below
below Stage
Stage III
III FAA
FAA and
and Ch.
Ch. 33 ICAO
ICAO limits):
limits):
thanks
thanks to
to the
the high
high technology
technology ATR
ATR propeller
propeller system
system

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ATR 72-500
Standard Improvements
The following equipment or improvements, optional in the previous ATR version,
are integrated in the standard configuration of the ATR 72-500:

■ MTOW increase (22,000 kg - 48,501 lb)


■ MZFW increase (20,000 kg - 44,092 lb)
■ MRW (22,170 kg - 48,876 lb) and MLW increase
■ Passenger tape reproducer
■ Toilet occupied sign
■ DC galley power supply
■ In-arm tables for front seats
■ Forward cargo net attachment improvement
■ 5th shelf installation in the avionics rack
■ 2nd DME Collins mode S provision
■ Collins RadioCom/RadioNav equipment
■ Replace Collins ATC’s by Collins ATC’s mode S
■ 2nd ATC Collins mode S provision
■ Collins VHF - neutralize “Simul Com” function
■ One Collins mode S transponder installation
■ Water repellent addition
■ Double ignition system

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The New ATR Generation


ATR 72-500
Weights and Performance

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Lower Weights for Increased
ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

Efficiency
ATR 42 and ATR 72 secondary structures are extensively made of composite
material, which are not subject to corrosion.
In addition, the ATR 72 innovates by the use of carbon fiber for its outer wings and a
composite tail, thus reducing weight further.

The in-service advantages of composites are numerous:


■ Immunity to corrosion and fatigue
■ Reduction of inspection
■ Payload gain and fuel savings.

Not including the commercial furnishing weight, the corresponding result for the
ATR 72 can be summarized as follows:

Composite
= 19%
Total structure

Weight saving 400 kg = equivalent to bcbc 4 pax

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ATR 72-500
Composite Materials

51-047/35-96

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ATR 72-500
Operating Weights

Basic
Basic Option
Option

Maximum
Maximum Ramp
Ramp weight
weight 22,170
22,170 kg
kg 48,876
48,876 lb
lb 22,670
22,670 kg
kg 49,978
49,978 lb
lb

Maximum
Maximum take-off
take-off weight
weight 22,000
22,000 kg
kg 48,501
48,501 lb
lb 22,500
22,500 kg
kg 49,604
49,604 lb
lb

Maximum
Maximum landing
landing weight
weight 21,850
21,850 kg
kg 48,171
48,171 lb
lb 22,350
22,350 kg
kg 49,272
49,272 lb
lb

Max
Max zero
zero fuel
fuel weight
weight 20,000
20,000 kg
kg 44,092
44,092 lb
lb 20,300
20,300 kg*
kg* 44,753
44,753 lb
lb

Operational
Operational Empty
Empty Weight
Weight 12,950
12,950 kg
kg 28,550
28,550 lb
lb 12,950
12,950 kg
kg 28,550
28,550 lb
lb

Maximum
Maximum payload
payload 7,050
7,050 kg
kg 15,542
15,542 lb
lb 7,350
7,350 kg
kg 16,203
16,203 lb
lb

Maximum
Maximum fuel
fuel load
load 5,000
5,000 kg
kg 11,023
11,023 lb
lb 5,000
5,000 kg
kg 11,023
11,023 lb
lb

* MZFW extension to 20,500 kg (45,194 lb) on option

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ATR 72
Powered by PW100 Family Engines

Main technical
characteristics
■ Two centrifugal compressors
■ Free turbine, three concentric shafts
■ Electronic and hydro-mechanical
controls

Advantages
■ Simple, economic, easy to maintain
■ Low specific fuel consumption
■ Compliance with today’s and future PW127F
noise levels regulations Take-off power 2,475 SHP
Take-off power (one engine out) 2,750 SHP
Propeller (Hamilton Standard) 568F

Perfectly adapted to commuter requirements

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ATR: Propeller Brake Principle


Hotel
Hotel Mode
Mode
■ The ATR aircraft benefit from an
economic and efficient concept: DC AIR
POWER CONDITIONING

the Hotel Mode. PROPELLER

FREE POWER
■ The right hand engine is equipped APU TURBINE
with a propeller brake installed on REDUCTION HP SPOOL
GEAR BOX
the reduction gear box.
LP
SPOOL

■ Used only on the ground, this


brake locks the propeller while,
thanks to the three-concentric
shaft design of the engine, the
LP/HP spools continue to run PROP BRAKE
providing the aircraft with ON

electrical DC power and bleed air UNLK


OFF
READY
PROP
BRK

for the air conditioning system. PROPELLER BRAKE


CONTROL PANEL

The
The Hotel
Hotel Mode
Mode provides
provides all
all the
the facilities
facilities and
and all
all the
the benefits
benefits of
of an
an APU
APU at
at aa fraction
fraction of
of the
the cost
cost
and
and with
with less
less weight,
weight, offering
offering to
to the
the operators
operators aa greater
greater operational
operational flexibility.
flexibility.

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Hotel Mode/APU Comparison

The propeller brake represents the best compromise for the


operators because:

■ It is lighter than the APU.


■ It is economic
■ It can be maintained at low cost.
■ It has no effect on the engine life at ground idle.
■ It is installed as basic fit on the ATR 42 and ATR 72.

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Propeller Brake vs APU

Propeller
Propeller Brake
Brake ground
ground idle
idle utilization
utilization APU
APU (rear
(rear mounted)
mounted)
Weight
Weight 22
22 lb
lb (basic
(basic on
on ATR)
ATR) 330
330 to
to 400
400 lb
lb
C.G.
C.G. No
No effect
effect Loading
Loading constraints
constraints
Acquisition
Acquisition cost
cost Basic
Basic on
on ATR
ATR 275,000
275,000 US
US $$
Fuel
Fuel consumption
consumption 240
240 lb/hr
lb/hr 210
210 lb/hr
lb/hr
Maintenance
Maintenance cost
cost 1.6
1.6 $/cycle
$/cycle 4.87
4.87 $/cycle(*)
$/cycle(*)
Yearly
Yearly cost
cost 11,800
11,800 US$
US$ 43,000
43,000 US$
US$

Savings
Savings with
with a
a propeller
propeller brake:
brake: -31,200
-31,200 US$
US$ annually/aircraft
annually/aircraft

Assumptions
- 1500 cycles per year, average cycle 15 min
- Fuel price 0.7$ per US gal.
- APU amortization: 10 years, no residual value
- No allowance for APU weight induced extra fuel consumption or payload reduction
- (*) Source: Bombardier - APU (20 min. duty cycle); 14,63 $ per APU operating hour

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Propeller Brake vs APU

Present value of savings with a Propeller Brake

■ 10-year period
■ Interest rate: 8%
■ Annual savings : US $ 31,200 per aircraft
■ 2 aircraft fleet

A present value saving for a fleet of


2 ATR 72-500 with a propeller brake will be:
US$ 418,710 or

US$ 209,355 / aircraft

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ATR 72-500
Performance

With
With basic
basic weights
weights With
With optional
optional weights
weights

Balanced
Balanced Take-off
Take-off F.L. F.L.
✔ ISA - Sea level -
✔ ISA - Sea level - MTOWMTOW 1,223
1,223 m
m 4,012
4,012 ftft 1,290
1,290 m
m 4,232
4,232 ftft

✔ ISA
ISA -- Sea
Sea level
level -- TOW
TOW for
for 300
300 NM*
NM* 1,079
1,079 m
m 3,540
3,540 ftft 1,079
1,079 m
m 3,540
3,540 ftft

✔ ISA
ISA +10°C
+10°C -- 3,000
3,000 ftft 1,300
1,300 m
m 4,265
4,265 ftft 1,300
1,300 m
m 4,265
4,265 ftft
TOW
TOW for
for 300
300 NM*
NM*

Landing
Landing Field
Field Length
Length 1,048
1,048 m
m 3,438
3,438 ftft 1,067
1,067 m
m 3,500
3,500 ftft
Sea
Sea level
level -- MLW
MLW

Max
Max cruise
cruise speed
speed 276
276 kt
kt 275
275 kt
kt
97%
97% MTOW
MTOW -- ISA
ISA -- 16,000
16,000 ftft

Net
Net single
single engine
engine ceiling
ceiling 10,000
10,000 ftft 9,800
9,800 ftft
97%
97% MTOW
MTOW -- ISA
ISA +10°C
+10°C

* 68 pax @ 95kg/209 lb

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ATR 72-500
Payload/Range
OEW 12,950 kg (28,550 lb)
Payload (kg) High cruise speed
Reserves 45 mn continued cruise
8000 & 87 nm alternate

7000

68 passengers @ 95 kg
6000 Optional weights
5000
Basic weights
4000

3000

2000

1000

0
0 200 400 600 715 890 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000
Range (nm)

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Multi Hop Capability
ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

ATR 72-500 - Basic Weights


ISA - No Wind - 68 pax at 95 kg (209 lb)

100 NM 5 HOPS

150 NM 4 HOPS

200 NM 3 HOPS

OUT &
330 NM
RETURN

NOMINAL 715 NM
RANGE

0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 NM

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Multi-Hop Capability
ATR 72-500 - Optional Weights
ISA - No Wind - 68 pax at 95 kg (209 lb)

100 NM 6 HOPS

150 NM 5 HOPS

200 NM 4 HOPS

OUT & 420 NM


RETURN

NOMINAL 890 NM
RANGE

0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 NM
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The ATR Family: Unrestricted Operations


■ Steep approach capability with performance
credit for operations on very short runways
(800 - 1,000 m)
■ Unpaved runways certification (laterite, soil,
gravel, grass)
■ Narrow runways operations, down to 14m
width

■ ETOPS capability
■ Operations from airfields located at up
to 11,000 ft altitude
■ Stretcher transportation capability
■ Extreme cold weather certification
(-52°C)

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ATR 72-500 - PW127F


Block Fuel & Block Time on typical
sectors

611 kg (1,347 lb)


200
200 NM
NM Stage
Stage 55.4 min

854 kg (1,883 lb)


300
300 NM
NM Stage
Stage
78 min

The
The most
most efficient
efficient compromise
compromise
between
between low
low fuel
fuel consumption
consumption and
and speed
speed

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The New ATR Generation


ATR 72-500
Commonality Benefits

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ATR -500 Series


Commonality Saving Areas

“UP
“UP FRONT”
FRONT” “STEADY
“STEADY STATE”
STATE”

■ Entry into service aircrew ■ Aircrew training


training ■ Aircrew productivity
■ Simulators economics
■ Airframe spares
■ Engines spares

The
The savings
savings brought
brought about
about by
by commonality
commonality mainly
mainly come
come
from
from the
the aircrew-related
aircrew-related costs.
costs.
These
These result
result from
from the
the benefits
benefits of
of common
common type
type rating
rating allowing
allowing
unrestricted
unrestricted mixed
mixed fleet
fleet flying
flying and
and reduced
reduced training
training requirements.
requirements.

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ATR Family Commonality Savings


Assuming a mixed fleet of 10 ATR -500 as opposed to an equivalent fleet
composed of different a/c with no commonality

Aircrew training

Costs
Costs reduced,
reduced, “Steady state”
productivity
productivity increased
increased (aircrew related)
Less
Less new-type
new-type training
training cost
cost and
and time
time Aircrew
Higher
Higher crew
Easier
crew productivity
productivity
Easier crew scheduling and
crew scheduling and standby
standby
productivity 68%

Overheads
Overheads and
and maintenance
maintenance costs
costs
reduced
reduced
Reduced
Reduced mechanics
mechanics training
training costs
costs “Up front”
Airframe spares
Reduced
Reduced investment in spare parts
investment in spare parts
Enhanced
Enhanced operational
operational flexibility
flexibility
Engine spares
32%

Commonality Savings:
USD 150,000 per year/per aircraft

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ATR Family Commonality


Common
Common
42-500
42-500 // 72-500
72-500
O Cockpit Layout Q
O Avionics Q
O Engines Q
O Propellers Q
O Hydraulic systems Q
Electric systems Q
O
Common Type Rating (CTR)
O Fuel system Q
O Air Conditioning Packs Q
O Flight Controls Q
O Passenger Cabin Q
O Nose Landing Gear Q

Pilots:
Pilots: the
the difference
difference course
course between
between ATR
ATR 42-500
42-500
&
& ATR
ATR 72-500
72-500 is
is only
only 33 hour
hour ground
ground course.
course.

Spares
Spares Inventory:
Inventory: about
about 90%
90% of
of common
common spares
spares in
in Part
Part Numbers
Numbers

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ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

Assuming a mixed fleet of 10 ATR -500 as opposed to an equivalent


fleet composed of different a/c with no commonality

Initial
Provisioning
4,794K$
Commonality
Commonality benefits
benefits sum-up:
sum-up:
32%
● 55 less
● less required
required crews
crews
● 13%
● 13% reduced
reduced training
training time
time 60%
● 15
● 15 MUSD
MUSD savings
savings forfor 10
10 years
years of
of 8%
operation
operation
● 4%
● 4% reduction
reduction in
in fleet
fleet DOC
DOC
Training Payroll
1,174K$ 9,000K$

Total
Total Savings
Savings over
over 10
10 years
years == 15
15 MUSD
MUSD

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The New ATR Generation


ATR 72-500
Unbeatable economics

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Unbeatable economics
Economy is a major advantage of ATR -500 series
aircraft, thanks to:

■ Low maintenance costs


Through simple, mature systems and design-to-maintain
philosophy
■ Commonality benefits for airlines operating a mixed ATR
fleet
■ Excellent reliability resulting from more than 11 million
hours of in service experience worldwide
■ Low direct operating costs
The ATR 72-500 has the lowest seat-mile costs in its market
segment.

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Economic Assumptions
ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

North American and European Environment, Standard Economics

Stage length 200 and 300 NM Crew Cockpit TP Statistical


Cockpit Jet Statistical
Fuel Price 0.80 US$/gal. (US)
Cabin 20$/BH/attendant (US)
0.90 US$/gal (EU)
35$/BH/attendant (EU)
Aircraft prices As published by price catalog
Maintenance ATR family As estimated by ATR
Spares 10% of aircraft price Competitors Estimated by ATR and
based on
Depreciation 12 years with 20% residual value
manufacturers data
Financing 85% of investment overs 10 years Off A/C subcont. 90%
Interest 5% per year Maint. Labour rate Powerplant 69.75 US$/MH
In house 25 US$/MH
Insurance 1% of aircraft price/year
Contracted 63 US$/MH
Block time & fuel Minimum time schedule
Landing charges US type; General method in EU env.
(time allow.: 4 min taxi)
Navigation charges Not considered in US env.
Annual utilization 200NM:
Eurocontrol in EU env.
2700 flights (US env.)
2200 flights (EU env.) Ground handling Not considered
300NM: Provision for IOC 100% cash DOC
2200 flights (US env.) (fuel + crew + maintenance + charges)
1800 flights (EU env.)

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ATR 72-500
DOC/Trip - 200 NM sector
US groundrules European groundrules
Investment related costs $/trip 734 Investment related costs $/trip 867
Maintenance Maintenance
- Airframe $/trip 117 - Airframe $/trip 117
- Engine $/trip 120 - Engine $/trip 120

Crew Crew
- Cockpit $/trip 106 - Cockpit $/trip 233
- Cabin $/trip 39 - Cabin $/trip 68

Landing/parking charges $/trip 109 Navigation charges $/trip 201


Landing/parking charges $/trip 280

Fuel $/trip 182 Fuel $/trip 205

Cash DOC/trip $/trip 674 Cash DOC/trip $/trip 1,226

DOC/trip $/trip 1,407 DOC/trip $/trip 2,093

DOC/ASM ¢/NM 10.35 DOC/ASM ¢/NM 15.39

With
With the
the same
same assumptions,
assumptions, ATR
ATR 72-500
72-500 operating
operating costs
costs
are
are about
about 20%
20% lower
lower than
than those
those of
of its
its direct
direct competitor.
competitor.

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ATR 72-500
DOC/Trip - 300 NM sector

US groundrules European groundrules


Investment related costs $/trip 867 Investment related costs $/trip 1,060
Maintenance Maintenance
- Airframe $/trip 145 - Airframe $/trip 145
- Engine $/trip 155 - Engine $/trip 155

Crew Crew
- Cockpit $/trip 146 - Cockpit $/trip 320
- Cabin $/trip 54 - Cabin $/trip 94

Landing/parking charges $/trip 109 Navigation charges $/trip 302


Landing/parking charges $/trip 280

Fuel $/trip 255 Fuel $/trip 287

Cash DOC/trip $/trip 863 Cash DOC/trip $/trip 1,583

DOC/trip $/trip 1,731 DOC/trip $/trip 2,643

DOC/ASM ¢/NM 8.48 DOC/ASM ¢/NM 12.96

ATR
ATR 72-500:
72-500: Unmatched
Unmatched costs
costs per
per seat,
seat, unbeatable
unbeatable economics.
economics.

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Direct Operating Costs
ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

200 Nm and 300 Nm sector - EU environment


The ATR 72-500 is by far more cost efficient
DOC/trip
DOC/trip
+40%
+45%

per trip
per trip

Direct operating cost


Direct operating cost

200
200 NM
NM DOC/trip 300
300 NM
NM DOC/trip
+62% +62%
+19% +17%

+19% +18%
Datum Datum

+33%
+19% +16% +26%

ATR 72-500 Dash 8-Q400 CRJ-700 ATR 72-500 Dash 8-Q400 CRJ-700
68 seats 72 seats 70 seats 68 seats 72 seats 70 seats
Cash Operating costs Investment related costs

ATR
ATR 72-500
72-500 less
less expensive
expensive to
to operate
operate when
when compared
compared toto similar
similar sized
sized
turboprop
turboprop and
and jet
jet competitors
competitors on
on typical
typical regional
regional sectors
sectors
There
There is
is no
no competition
competition between
between 70-seater
70-seater turboprop
turboprop and
and jet
jet
on
on short-haul
short-haul sectors.
sectors. Turboprops
Turboprops are
are unrivalled.
unrivalled.
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Detailed Cash Operating Costs
ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

200 NM sector - U.S. environment


1200
Cash operating cost
per trip in $
+45%
1000
+22% 151
+9%
800
Datum 135 160 The ATR 72-500
111 main advantages:
109 144
600 109 132 ■ Lower engine and
airframe maintenance
145 151 108
217 costs
400 ■ Less fuel costs
117
134 176 ■ Significantly lower
120 airport charges
200
258 315
182 234
0
ATR 72-500 Dash 8-Q400 CRJ-200 CRJ-700
68 seats 70 seats 50 seats 70 seats

Fuel Engine maintenance Airframe maintenance


Crew Landing + parking fees

More
More than
than offset
offset the
the speed
speed effect
effect even
even
when
when compared
compared to to 50-seater
50-seater jet.
jet.
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Direct Operating Cost Per Seat


North
North American
American environment
environment European
European environment
environment

200 NM 200 NM
Reference Reference

300 NM 300 NM

200 NM + 17% 200 NM + 12%


72 seats

300NM + 15% 300NM + 10%

ATR 72-500 Dash 8-Q400 Dash 8-Q400


68 seats 70 seats (US) 72 seats (EU)

Nota: 90% of the -Q400 current fleet are operated in configurations comparable to ATR 72 (between 70 and 72 seats).

Despite
Despite featuring
featuring 44 more
more seats,
seats, the
the Dash
Dash 8-Q400
8-Q400 is
is unable
unable to
to match
match
the
the cost
cost per
per seat
seat of
of the
the ATR
ATR 72-500
72-500
in
in an
an European
European airline
airline cost
cost environment.
environment.

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The New ATR Generation


ATR 72-500
Maintenance

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ATR -500 Series


Designed to Ease Customer Operation

■ Excellent accessibility of main


systems and controls
■ Systems simplicity and
maximum interchangeability of
parts and mechanisms (extensive
use of LRUs)
■ Reliability (built-in test
equipments, maintenance panels
in the cockpit)
■ Reduced maintenance working
hours

The
The “Design
“Design to
to Maintain”
Maintain” philosophy,
philosophy, leading
leading to
to the
the lowest
lowest
maintenance
maintenance costs
costs per
per flight
flight hour
hour in
in the
the market.
market.

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Dispatch Reliability
World fleet (15 mn WATOG) ATR 42-500
100 ATR 72-500
99,8

99,6
99,4
D isp atch R eliability %

99,2
99
ATR 42-300
98,8 ATR 72-200
98,6
98,4

98,2

98
8-01

9-01

10-01

11-01

12-01

1-02

2-02

3-02

4-02

5-02

6-02

7-02

8-02

9-02

10-02

11-02

12-02

1-03
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Excellent Accessibility
e d f o r
n
Desig a n c e
e n
Access to flight controls from cabin

Maint
(hinged, quick release hat-racks)

Large butterfly doors


for engine access

SEOUL
AIR

Air conditioning Rear bay


packs (CVR, DFDR, flight
controls)
Avionics, electrics and batteries Hydraulic
in racks behind pilots bay

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ATR 72
Basic Inspection Frame
Line - Line check (2 calendar days)
- Weekly check (7 days)
Tasks performed: zonal visual inspections, operational checks and servicing.

A checks - Every 500 FH


Tasks performed: zonal visual inspections, B.I.T.E. checks, operational checks
lubrication and servicing

C checks - Every 4000 FH


Tasks performed: zonal visual inspections, operational and functional checks of
aircraft and powerplant systems

Structural inspections
- Environmental damage
- Fatigue damage
Tasks performed: general and detailed visual inspections, special detailed inspections

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ATR 72
Structural Inspections

Environmental damage (corrosion)


- Thresholds: 2, 4 and 8 years
- Repeat intervals: 2, 4 and 8 years

Fatigue damage
- Thresholds: 18,000, 24,000 and 36,000 flights
- Repeat intervals: 3,000, 6,000, 9,000, 12,000, 18,000 and 24,000 flights

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ATR A Checks
ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

Zonal visual checks, bite checks, lubrication, servicing, operational tests

2,000 FH/Year
2,000 FL/Year
120MH

100MH

80MH

60MH

40MH

20MH

0MH
1A 2A 3A 4A 5A 6A 7A 8A

Manhours quoted account for unscheduled work.

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Zonal visual inspections, operational and functional test of


aircraft and powerplant systems 2,000 FH/Year
2,000 FL/Year
250MH

200MH

150MH

100MH

50MH

0MH
1C 2C 3C 4C 5C 6C 7C 8C

Manhours quoted accunt for unscheduled work.

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Engine Maintenance Programme

On condition
No scheduled HSI / OVH.
Engine removal for refurbishment driven by on wing
tasks and ECTM (Trend Monitoring)
Proven to be the most cost effective way of
maintaining engines.

Estimated operating cost reduction in the range of


10%-15% (when compared to hard-time condition).

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Major Inspection Intervals

The following Majors Inspection Intervals have been approved for the ATR 42-500:

PW 127E engine TBO 8,000 FH

568F propeller TBO 8,100 FH (15,000 FH objective)

Landing gear TBO 18,000 cycles or 9 years


(whichever comes first)

Aircraft structure 8 years and 36,000 cycles

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Customer Support

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Customer Support

Toulouse
Head Office
Spares Logistic Centre
ATR Training Centre
Washington

Singapore

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Training Centres
ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

Flight Safety Britair Finnair


Atlanta Morlaix Helsinki
1 FFS 1 FFS 1 FFS

Orbit
Bangkok
1 FFS
AMR Eagle
Dallas
1 FFS

Flight Safety ATR Olympic


Houston Toulouse Thessalonica
2 FFS 3 FFS 1 FFS

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Technical Support Engineering
ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

Permanent technical desk, 24h/24 service

No
No cost
cost for
for the
the Operators
Operators

Technical assistance
- Trouble shooting
- Working parties
- Video inspections

Maintenance cost and planning

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Spares Operations
ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

■ World-wide
■ Around the clock
■ Comprehensive
■ Customised

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World-wide … Around the Clock
ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

■ Capability to ship any part, anywhere, immediately 24 hours a day

Toulouse
Toulouse

Washington
Washington

Singapore
Singapore

■ Spares specialists available 24 hours a day in three locations (Toulouse, Washington, Singapore)

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Global Maintenance Agreement: GMA
ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

The aim of this service is based on three axis:

■ Availability of parts with a minimum on-site spares investment.


■ Simplicity through a single channel service.
■ Fixed price per flight hour with a modular approach.

This service can encompass various services such as:

■ Rotable on-site stock


■ Rotable pool access
■ Rotable repair & overhaul
■ Engines, propellers, landing gear repair & overhaul

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ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

Repair by the hour combined with pool stock


CUSTOMER’s SITE ATR SITE
USR Repairs Scenario 1
3 Failed unit belonging to on-site stock
1
2 1 - Unserviceable unit removed from a/c.
2 - Replacement unit fitted from on-site stock.
SR 5 3 - Unserviceable unit sent to ATR, who
manage repair.
Airline’s warehouse
4 4 - Replacement unit sent to customer store.
ATR logistics platforms
5 - Repaired unit returned to ATR pool.
GSE Critical & warehouses
Hardware Critical
Rotables Pool ATR Scenario 2
QEC Failed unit not belonging to on-site stock
Rotables stock
1 - Unserviceable unit removed from a/c.
2*- Replacement unit fitted from rotable pool.
SR 2* (alternative)
3 - Unserviceable unit sent to ATR, who
manage repair.
(if parts doesn’t belong to on-site stock)
5 - Repaired unit returned to ATR pool.

USR : Unserviceable unit


SR : Serviceable unit

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Conclusion
ATR 72-500 RESPONDING TO MARKET NEEDS

The ATR 72-500 has been voted Best Regional Aircraft by Investors and
Operators (Airfinance Journal, Investors’ and Operators’ Poll, Sept. 2002, as
well in 1999, ranked second after ATR 42-500 in 2001).

This was not a surprise for the 43 operators flying routinely more than 280 ATR
72 worldwide.

They know why this aircraft is the industry benchmark for operating costs per
seat.

With the New Generation ATR 72-500, ATR is poised to maintain its leadership
in turboprops throughout regional airlines in the world.

Fly
Fly ATR
ATR 72-500
72-500
We
We are
are committed
committed to
to improve
improve your
your bottom
bottom line.
line.

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