Since the program began in 1981, ATR has received net
orders for 1,328 aircraft (443 ATR 42s and 885 ATR 72s).
As of year-end 2013, ATR has delivered 1,107 aircraft
(429 ATR 42s and 678 ATR 72s).
As of 31
December 2013, ATR has a backlog of 221 aircraft. The
value of these aircraft is estimated at 5.3 billion
dollars. This backlog represents nearly three years of
production and allows ATR to continue to increase its
planned delivery rate for the forthcoming years.
2013, ATR confirmed the signing of numerous Global
Maintenance Agreements (GMAs). Contracts of this type
were signed with fifteen airlines worldwide, covering a
total of 164 aircraft, for a total of US$ 330 million.
To date, approximately 30% of ATRs in operation
worldwide are covered by GMAs between the airlines and
ATR. This performance in terms of supporting the ATR
fleet illustrates the strong desire of the manufacturer
to develop support and service activities. Additionally,
the range of support to ATR operators continued to
expand in 2013, with the installation of a new ATR -600
flight simulator in Bogota, Colombia.
Moreover, in order to better meet the needs of
operators on the American continent, in 2013 ATR
opened a new Customer Support Centre in Miami, USA.
It also continued to expand its network of
authorized aeronautical maintenance stations or "MRO
Network" (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul) with the
signing of new agreements in Europe with aircraft