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.
Two Pratt & Whitney PW127 turboprop jet engines with 247F-1 model Hamilton Sundstrand four-bladed propellers.
|Width||88 feet, 9 inches (wing tip to wing tip)|
|Length||89 feet, 1.5 inches|
|Height||25 feet, 3.2 inches|
Seat Pitch: 30 Inches
Seat Width: 17.5 Inches
275 knots (316 mph)
5,000 to 15,000 feet
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.
Two PW150A turboprop jet engines with 2 Dowty model R408, 6 composite blades
|Width||93 feet, 3 inches (wing tip to wing tip)|
|Length||107 feet, 9 inches|
|Height||27 feet, 5 inches|
Economy Seat Pitch: 30 Inches
Premium Seat Pitch: 32 Inches
360 knots (414 mph)
78 (64 Standard, 14 Premium)