Spanish carrier Binter, a long-standing ATR operator in Europe, has signed an agreement to buy six additional ATR 72-600s, taking their total order for the aircraft to eighteen. The aircraft will serve Binter’s Canary Islands network. The new aircraft will contribute to the fleet renewal process that the airline commenced two years ago with the purchase of the first six ATR 72-600s. Binter’s new order reflects the continued popularity, growing confidence and reliability of the ATR 72-600 among ATR customers.The airline has already received four ATR 72-600s, and with the replacement of their remaining 14 ATR 72-500s will bring the most modern standards of comfort to its operations across the archipelago. In addition to the introduction of the new ATRs, the airline’s subsidiary in Cape Verde, Binter CV, is starting operations this month with ATR 72-500s.
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