ATR72

Hydrogen-powered ATR 72 gets a launch customer

ASL Aviation Holdings intends to become the launch customer for hydrogen-powered ATR 72 by converting some of its existing aircraft....


Canarias ATR 72 turbine disintegrates during takeoff

On October 15, 2019, ATR 72-212A regional turboprop belonging to Canarias Airlines (operating as Binter Canarias) was taking off from Tenerife North Airport (TFN). While still on the runway, but near the rotation speed, the crew heard a strange noise. Abnormal readings on parameters of right engines followed....


Crew turned off alarms before bouncing Moroccan ATR 72 off water

Moroccan Ministry of Tourism, Air Transport, Craft & Social Economy published a report on Royal Air Maroc Express ATR 72-600 CN-COH, which suffered damage on 9 July 2018 while approaching Al Hoceima, Morocco. The aircraft struck Mediterranean sea after the crew turned off Terrain Avoidance and Warning System (TAWS) believing it to be faulty....


Iran Air ATR-72 lands on wrong runway [Report]

Iran Air ATR-72, with 24 passengers and 5 crew onboard, coming from Baku, Azerbaijan, mistakenly landed on a wrong runway in Tabriz, Iran, on February 10, 2020. Due to pilot error, the aircraft landed on runway 30R, instead of 30L to which it had clearance, Iranian authorities have ruled in the report. ...


Report into Aseman Airlines crash finds multiple “human errors”

Iran’s civil aviation accident investigation bureau (AIB) released a report on February 18, 2019, on the deadly crash of the Aseman Airlines ATR72 in Iran exactly one year ago. This new report confirms the initial conclusions of the investigation and points at a series of human errors....


BREAKING| Aseman Airlines ATR72 crashes in Iran, 66 presumed dead

Aseman Airlines ATR72 passenger plane crashed in Zagros Mountains in Iran on February 18, 2018. All 66 people onboard the flight EP3704 are presumed to be dead. ...