Regional Aircraft Manufacturer to Showcase Strong Future for Regional Aviation at Zhuhai Airshow 2022

09th Nov 2022

World’s number one regional aircraft manufacturer ATR will attend the Zhuhai Airshow in China from 8 to 10 November (booth H4F1) as part of the company’s commitment to helping enhance vital regional connectivity sustainably throughout the country.

The manufacturer will showcase its wide range of products and services designed for the essential air services of today and tomorrow, including its modern, comfortable, fuel-efficient and versatile ATR 42-600, in its 30-seat configuration, specially designed for the needs of the Chinese market. ATR will also underline its continuous commitment to a more sustainable aviation industry, with its turboprops burning up to 45% less fuel and emitting up to 45% less CO2 than similar-size regional jets, and soon to be 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel certified.

This event will be an opportunity for the company to highlight the concrete benefits of a strong network of profitable and sustainable regional air links both for local communities, businesses and tourists who are all calling for a quick and responsible access to fresh produce, health, education, culture and the global economy.

Source: ATR Aircraft Press Release
Photo Credit: ATR Aircraft

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