ATR has unveiled its plans to increase its presence in the Japanese market. This comes after the Franco-Italian plane maker announced that it anticipates significant demand from Japanese carriers for its regional aircraft in the next few years.
“We see 100 ATR aircraft flying in Japan in a few years,” ATR Chief Executive Stefano Bortoli said. “Air transport is crucial for the archipelago, where air routes are essential for domestic travel and transportation. We want to help ensure that aviation contributes to a prosperous future for Japan by connecting its regions ever more sustainably and affordably. Most of the new ATRs read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”