ATR expects an 80 percent increase in the size of the 30- to 90-seat turboprop fleet over the next 20 years, meaning the industry will require 3,020 aircraft to cover replacement and growth needs. ATR predicts that figure will rise to 4,060 in 2037.
“Between 2018 and 2037, the industry will need 1,220 aircraft for replacement purposes,” ATR vice president of marketing Zuzana Hrnkova said. The Asia-Pacific region will lead the world’s turboprop requirement at 740 new aircraft, followed by Latin America at 420, the forecast projects.
ATR estimates a need for 460 freighters over the next 20 years, including converted aircraft as well as new machines.
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