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  • Electrical air-conditioning pack on trial

    After six years of development, Liebherr-Aerospace is preparing to flight test an electrical air-conditioning pack within the framework of the JTI-Clean-Sky European research project.

  • ATR: Repowering, and Japanese market in their sights

    The European regional aircraft manufacturer ATR, is currently considering a repowering of their two turboprop aircraft, and would also like to increase their penetration into the Japanese market.

  • ATR tooled up with a "skateboard" for aircraft

    ATR, the regional aircraft manufacturer, has used a sort of oversized skateboard over the last year to move their fuselage sections from work station to work station on their assembly line.

  • Paris Air Show 2015: first day well attended

    A tribute, orders and announcements marked the first day of the 2015 Paris Air Show. A resume in images follows.

  • Transasia Airways crash : deciphering the facts

    Thanks to the Transasia ATR flight data recorder (FDR), we know a little more about what happened during the tragic events that took place a week ago in Taipei, and several questions arise. Could the ATR 72-600 fly with one engine ? What is the procedure to follow in a case of engine failure ? Did the crew have any reason to switch off the engine that worked ? The following are just a few initial responses.

  • Transasia Airways crash: engine failure is privileged

    Five days after the spectacular crash of Transasia Airways flight GE235 in Taipei, the inquest advances. According to investigators, the ATR 72-600 that had just begun its flight between the capital of Taiwan and Kinmen, experienced engine failure.

  • 2014 : a record year for ATR

    On January 21st at their annual press conference held in Paris, ATR, the European regional aircraft manufacturers, announced that 2014 had been recorded as the best year in their history with a turnover of 1.8 billion dollars.


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