Bahamasair becomes new ATR customer

ATR72-600 (front) and ATR42-600 in the livery of Bahamasair (© ATR)
ATR72-600 (front) and ATR42-600 in the livery of Bahamasair (© ATR)

Bahamasair, the national flag carrier of Bahamas, has placed a firm order for 2 ATR 72-600s and 3 ATR 42-600s, thus becoming a new ATR customer. Bahamasair’s first ATRs will be delivered before the end of 2015.

The new generation ATRs will allow Bahamasair to upgrade its fleet allowing the airline to solidify excellent passenger experience on both domestic and regional routes from the airline’s main base at Nassau. The 70-seat ATR 72-600s are the perfect solution to bolster and complement the airline’s current Boeing 737 fleet, while the 50-seat ATR 42-600s are very well adapted to connect Bahamas Islands. The family commonality between the ATR 42s and ATR 72s represents a clear advantage for the airline, as it allows operating its fleet optimally, while minimizing operating costs.

Henry Woods, Chief Executive Officer of Bahamasair, underlined that „the choice of ATR -600 aircraft family is a strategic one for us. As we look to introduce a modern and fuel-efficient aircraft into our fleet, with its proven economics, reliability and passenger comfort, we have found the ATR-600 product family to perfectly support our plans to modernize our fleet providing a reliable service to our passengers.”

The ATR -600 series aircraft perfectly match the requirements of the airlines operating inter-island flights. Today, ATRs successfully fly in many island environments, including the Caribbean, French Polynesia and the South Pacific, the Philippines, the Canary Islands, Indonesia and Malaysia.

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