- ATR brings book-to-bill ratio to 1.45
- The turboprop manufacturer stabilises turnover at historical US$ 1.8 billion level
The turboprop manufacturer delivered 80 aircraft (70 new ATR 72-600s, 8 new ATR 42-600s and 2 second hand ATRs), and reached a book-to-bill ratio of 1.45. ATR secured a solid backlog representing three years of production. ATR also stabilised its annual turnover at US$ 1.8 billon, among the best performing financial results of its over-35-years history.
In 2017, ATR has sold aircraft in every region of the world and in particular has invested substantially in growing markets. In the last year, ATR has developed its support capabilities with the introduction of two new training simulators, while two additional simulators will be introduced soon. Last year, ATR achieved also the milestone of having 300 of its aircraft covered by the comprehensive total care support Global Maintenance Agreement (GMA).
FIRM ORDERS - 2017
|50 ATR 72-600|
30 ATR 72-600F
|Iran Air||Iran||20 ATR 72-600|
|Mandarin Airlines||Taiwan||6 ATR 72-600|
|Air Senegal||Senegal||2 ATR 72-600|
1 ATR 72-600
|Bahamasair||Bahamas||1 ATR 72-600|
|BRA||Sweden||1 ATR 72-600|
|Japan Air Commuter||Japan||1 ATR 42-600|
|Undisclosed||Undisclosed||1 ATR 72-600|