Other News for ATR42-500

  • Picture: Mac Air becomes Australia's first ATR 42 operator

    <P>Queensland-based regional airline <A href="http://www.macair.com.au/" target=_blank>MacAir&nbsp;Airlines </A>is set...

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  • AirAsia orders additional 25 Airbus A320s

    News | 06 Dec 2007 11:57 | Siva Govindasamy

    AirAsia, the Malaysia-based low-cost carrier, is now the largest airline customer for the Airbus A320 after an order for an additional 25 aircraft last week...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/AirAsia-orders-additional-25-Airbus-A320s-220110/
  • Picture: Mac Air becomes Australia's first ATR 42 operator

    News | 01 Feb 2007 14:29 | Emma Kelly

    <P>Queensland-based regional airline <A href="http://www.macair.com.au/" target=_blank>MacAir&nbsp;Airlines </A>is set to be the first Australian carrier to operate the ATR42-500 when it takes delivery of one aircraft later this quarter. </P> <P>The airline currently operates Fairchild Metro IIIs and 23s and recently added two Saab 340Bs to the fleet. The airline has yet to identify which routes the ATR42 will serve. The airline serves 36 destinations in regional Queensland and provides fly-in, fly-out services for the mining industry.</P> <P> <TABLE style="WIDTH: 445px" cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 align=center border=0> <TBODY> <TR> <TH> <P align=right><IMG style="WIDTH: 445px; HEIGHT: 297px" alt="" src="../assets/getAsset.aspx?ItemID=16341" border=0><BR><SUP>© Tony Harrington / APPR</SUP></P></TH></TR></TBODY></TABLE></P>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Picture-Mac-Air-becomes-Australias-first-ATR-42-operator-211869/
  • Aircraft news

    News | 01 Aug 1997 15:40

    <p>American Eagle has ordered 42 Embraer 145s, plus 25 options, with deliveries starting in February 1998. Continental Express has converted 25 of its options for EMB.145s into firm orders. </p> <p>Northwest Airlines has ordered 50 Airbus A319s, with 100 options, with deliveries between 1999 and 2003. Finnair has ordered two A321s, plus 10 further aircraft to be selected from A319s, A320s and A321s, with options on 24 more, for delivery between 1998 and 2001. TAMhas ordered five A330-200s, plus five options, with deliveries starting in the second half of 1998. Monarch Airlines has ordered two A330-200s and two A321s; deliveries start in March 1999. </p> <p>American Airlines has ordered seven Boeing B777-200IGWs, for delivery in 1999 and 2000. Atlas Air has ordered 10 B747-400 freighters, with options on 10 more, for delivery between 1998 and 2001. British Airways has converted five options for B777s and ordered three B767s, with deliveries between April 1998 and April 1999. Icelandaihttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Aircraft-news-15739/
  • Airline News

    News | 31 May 1997 23:00

    <p>Continental Airlines is to start daily nonstop flights from New York/Newark to Sao Paulo and Rio de Janerio on 10 July. Continental Express was to launch three daily services from Cleveland/Hopkins to Raleigh-Durham on 1 May as well as three daily flights to Norfolk, Virginia via Washington/Dulles and a daily service to Atlantic City on 12 June. </p> <p>Delta Air Lines will begin daily services from Cincinnati and Atlanta to S&iuml;o Paulo and on to Rio de Janeiro in mid-June. </p> <p>Canadian Airlines and British Airways expanded their codesharing agreement to include all 23 weekly London/ Heathrow-Toronto services from 14 May and were set to extend it to the 13 weekly Heathrow-Vancouver frequencies from 1 June. </p> <p>British Airways has put its inflight catering operations at London/Heathrow up for sale. </p> <p>Ansett Australia was set to launch twice weekly services from Sydney to Shanghai on 8 June using a B767-300ER. It will also codeshare on China Eastern's twice weeklyhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Airline-News-3273/
  • Suppliers

    News | 01 Sep 1995 14:04

    <p>Pratt &amp; Whitney's PW4168 has received its 180 minute Etops approval for the A330. </p> <p>Shannon Aerospace has secured business as the primary facility for Lufthansa Technik and Swissair for the overhaul of the B737, B757 and MD-80 aircraft. Heavy maintenance work will increase at Shannon, which will also provide A320 overhaul services by 1998. </p> <p>Lufthansa has named Rockwell Collins as its prefered avionics supplier for its A319 fleet and for future aircraft including the A320, A321, A340-300 and B747-400. </p> <p>The US FAA has certified Fans-1 avionics for the Boeing 747-400 and for B777. </p> <p>The ATR42-500 has received certification from the French, Italian and UK authorities. </p> <p>&nbsp;</p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Suppliers-16503/