Regional aircraft manufacturer ATR has unveiled ATR HighLine, a collection of five main cabin configurations designed for commercial and business operators.
Multi-Class is a 50-seat interior including a dedicated first-class section; while Premium-Flex offers the capacity to quickly convert standard double seats into single premium seats with ATR’s X-Space Table concept, designed with boutique airlines and charter operators in mind.
The All-Business Class cabins can accommodate up to 30 passengers to match the requirements of Part 135 and semi-private airlines. Meanwhile Multi-Section interiors are designed for the transport of heads of state and governmental representatives. Finally, the Bespoke VIP option can be tailored to reflect personal lifestyles, operators’ needs or high-end destinations.
ATR said its turboprop aircraft – the ATR 42 and 72 – burn 45% less fuel and emit 45% less CO2 than regional jets, while also offering great airport accessibility.
“ATR aims to disrupt the regional travel industry from within by creating a superb onboard atmosphere and using the lowest-emission technology on the market,” said Tarek Ben Omrane, head of business development at ATR. “Equipped with the ATR HighLine cabins, our aircraft offer the same cabin size as the largest business jets while cutting carbon emissions in half. We are the only aircraft manufacturer in the world to offer this.”