ATR 42

ATR 42

ATR42 is a twin-turboprop, short haul regional aircraft which is manufactured by ATR. ATR was formed after a joint venture between France’s Aerospatiale (now Airbus) and Italy’s Aeritalia (now Leonardo). 

ATR42 was first introduced in December 1985 and around 500 of these aircraft have been built till date.  

Role: Turboprop Regional airliner
Manufacturer:
ATR
Country: France and Italy
First flight: 16 August 1984
Introduction: 3 December 1985

Produced: 1984-Present
Status: In service

Variants

  • ATR 42-200
  • ATR 42-300
  • ATR 42-320
  • ATR 42-400
  • ATR 42-500
  • ATR 42-600
  • ATR 42 Cargo Variant
  • ATR 42 ‘Surveyor’

Specifications

Flight Crew: 2
Seating: 40-52 passengers
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)
Aspect ratio: 11.08
MTOW: 16,900 kg (37,257 lb) – 18,600 kg (41,005 lb)
Range: 459 nmi (850 km) – 716 nmi (1,326 km)
Cruise speed: 261 kn (484 km/h) – 300 kn (556 km/h)
Engine: PW120, PW121, PW127E/M