Heritage

ATR is a Franco-Italian joint venture formed in 1981 by Aerospatiale of France (now EADS) and Aeritalia (now Alenia Aeronautica) of Italy. Its primary products are the ATR 42 and ATR 72 aircraft. the ATR 42 was announced in 1981, making its flight in 1984. The 72 was announced in 1986, and made its flight on 27 October 1988. More than 800 ATR 42s and 72s have been delivered worldwide.

Specifications

ATR 42 is fitted with two Pratt&Whitney 121 engines. It is designed to have an excellent performance in hot and high conditions.

Powerplant: 2 x Pratt & Whitney Canada PW123E turboprop, 1,160 kW (2, 160 shp) each

Length: 22.67 m (74 ft 5 in)

Wingspan: 24.57 m (80 ft 7 in)

Height: 7.59 m (24 ft 11 in)

Wing area: 54.5 m2 (587 sq ft)

Empty weight: 11,250 kg (24,802 lb)

Standard Features

Interior Features (Standard):

  • iPod Connection
  • Lavatory
  • Phone System

Prop Plane Features (Standard):

  • Cargo Door
  • Design Customization

Aircraft Data

  • ICAO Code: AT42
  • Manufacture: ATR
  • Class: Turboprop
  • Crew: 2
  • Passengers: 42-52
  • Engines: 2
  • Max Speed: 500 km/h
  • MTOW: 37,258 lb (16,900 kg)
  • Max Range: 1950 km

RocketRoute added advanced performance data for the following profiles:

  • Climb (Normal)
  • Cruise (Long Range NP=86%, Max Cruise NP=76%, Max Cruise NP=86%)
  • Single engine Cruise
  • Descent (Normal and High speed)
  • Holding
  • Mass and Balance
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