Aircraft

Island Air's ATR 72 Aircraft

ATR 72

The ATR 72 is a twin-engine turboprop regional aircraft built by the French-Italian aircraft manufacturer ATR (Avions de Transport Régional) consortium. Its excellent landing and takeoff performance enables Island Air to service communities that are inaccessible to jets.

Power

Two Pratt & Whitney PW127 turboprop jet engines with 247F-1 model Hamilton Sundstrand four-bladed propellers.

Dimensions

Measurements
Width 88 feet, 9 inches (wing tip to wing tip) 
Length  89 feet, 1.5 inches
Height  25 feet, 3.2 inches

Seat Dimensions

Island Air ATR Aircraft - Seat Diagram

Seat Pitch: 30 Inches
Seat Width: 17.5 Inches

 
Island Air's ATR Aircraft - Seating Chart

Cruising Speed

275 knots (316 mph)

Operating Altitude

5,000 to 15,000 feet 

Passenger Capacity

64

Range

823 miles

 

Island Air's Q400 Aircraft

Q400

Bombardier invented the modern turboprop, with the flexibility to fly at both turboprop and jet-like speeds. The aircraft is a large, fast, quiet and fuel efficient turboprop that provides the perfect balance of passenger comfort, performance and operational flexibility.

Power

Two PW150A turboprop jet engines with 2 Dowty model R408, 6 composite blades

Dimensions

Measurements
Width 93 feet, 3 inches (wing tip to wing tip)
Length  107 feet, 9 inches
Height  27 feet, 5 inches

Seat Dimensions

Island Air Q400 Aircraft - Seat Diagram

Economy Seat Pitch: 30 Inches

Premium Seat Pitch: 32 Inches

 
Island Air's Q400 Aircraft - Seating Chart

Cruising Speed

360 knots (414 mph)

Operating Altitude

27,000 feet

Passenger Capacity

78 (64 Standard, 14 Premium)