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The ATR 72-500 in the American Eagle livery
The 3d cockpit of the ATR 72-500
|Type||Regional airliner, Airliner|
|Configuration||High wing aircraft|
|Propulsion||Turboprop aircraft, Twin-engine aircraft|
The ATR 72-500, also known as the ATR 72-212A, is a short-haul twin-engine turboprop airliner manufactured by the French-Italian aircraft company ATR. It seats up to 78 passengers and is flown by a two-person crew. The ATR 72-500 is an upgrade of the original ATR 72-200 and is equipped with PW127F or PW127M engines with 6-blade propellers. It also features increased takeoff weights and higher overall performance.
For general aircraft help and information, look under the
Docs/ folder. It is recommended to read over
README.pdf before flying this airplane, especially the section about tiller steering.
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