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ATR increases turnover 13% to retain regional aircraft leadership

The Toulouse based regional aircraft manufacturer ATR, a joint venture between the Airbus Group and Alenia Aermacchi (a Finmeccanica Group company), grew its revenues 13 percent in 2013 to $1.63 billion from $1.44 billion in 2012. The company also increased deliveries by 16 percent to 74 aircraft in 2013 compared to 64 in 2012 and up 37 percent from the 54 aircraft it delivered in 2011.

The airframer also secured firm orders of 89 aircraft and 106 options from 14 clients. ATR has a backlog of 221 aircraft as of the close of the year on December 31, 2013, valued at $5.3 billion and representing about three years worth of production.

The company made 74 deliveries in 2013 all of them the “-600” series which features the upgraded cockpits. To date, over 130 ATRs from the -600 series are already in operation. 
 
Since 1981, ATR has received net orders for 1,328 aircraft (443 ATR 42s and 885 ATR 72s). As of year-end 2013, ATR has delivered 1,107 aircraft (429 ATR 42s and 678 ATR 72s). 
 
As of 31 December 2013, ATR has a backlog of 221 aircraft.

ATR Sales 2013

COMPANY

COUNTRY

ATR 42-600

ATR 72-600

OPTIONS

Nordic Aviation Capital

Denmark

5

46

80

GECAS

USA

5

5

Air Lease Corporation

USA

5

Avation

Singapore

5

5

Garuda Indonesia

Indonesia

5

10

Air Algérie

Algeria

3

LIAT

Antigua et Barbuda

3

Alpha Star

Saudi Arabia

1

1

Air New Zealand

NewZealand

1

UNI AIR

Taiwan

1

TransNusa

Indonesia

1

3

Air Antilles

France

1

Not disclosed

7

2

TOTAL

10

79

106

ATR deliveries 2013

COMPANY COUNTRY

ATR 42-600

ATR 72-600

Aer Arann Ireland

6

Air Antilles Express France

1

Air New Zealand New Zealand

2

Air Tahiti France

1

ALC / Aeromar Mexico

2

ALC / Kalstar Indonesia

2

ALC / LIAT Antigua & Barbuda

2

Alenia / Marine turque Turkey

4

Avation  / Mann Yadanarpon Myanmar

1

Avation / Virgin Regional Australia

3

Avianca Colombia

5

AZUL Brazil

6

GECAS / AZUL Brazil

3

GECAS / Jet Airways India

1

GECAS / LIAT Antigua & Barbuda

2

GECAS / Villa Air Maldives

2

InterSky Austria

1

Lao Airlines Laos

1

LIAT Antigua & Barbuda

2

Lion Air – Malindo Malaysia

5

Lion Air – Wings Abadi Indonesia

5

MAS – Firefly Malaysia

2

MAS – MASwings Malaysia

1

NAC Denmark

2

NAC / Air KBZ Myanmar

3

NAC / Garuda Indonesia Indonesia

2

NAC / Jet Time Denmark

2

NAC / Johnlin Indonesia

1

Taimyr Russia

2

TOTAL

7

67

UNI AIR Taiwan

5

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