ATR 42-500

The ATR 42-500 is an turboprop aircraft and an improved variant of the ATR 42-300. Like the rest of the ATR family, the ATR 42-500 distinctly has two 6-blade propeller engines, fuselage mounted gears, and the distinctive 'T' shaped tail. The ATR 42-500 is no longer in production. This airplane is typically used on regional to small routes with low to medium passenger demand.

First Flight

Max. Range

Length

Wingspan

Height

Engine Options

Typical Seating

September 16, 1994

716nm / 1326km

74'-5" / 22.67m

80'-7" / 24.57m

24'-11" / 7.59m

(2) Pratt & Whitney Canada
PW127E/M

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