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Performance

TAKE-OFF CLIMB (to FL 150) CLIMB (to FL 240) MACH CLIMB CRUISE INITIAL DESCENT (to FL 240) DESCENT (to FL 100) APPROACH LANDING INITIAL CLIMB (to 5000 ft) CLIMB (to FL 240) CLIMB (to FL 150) DESCENT (to FL 100)

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TAKE-OFF MTOW: WTC: RECAT-EU: - Distance: V2 (IAS): - - INITIAL CLIMB (to 5000 ft) IAS: ROC: - - CLIMB (to FL 240) IAS: ROC: - - CLIMB (to FL 150) IAS: ROC: - - MACH CLIMB MACH: ROC: - - CRUISE MACH: Ceiling: - - TAS: - Range: - INITIAL DESCENT (to FL 240) MACH: - ROD: - DESCENT (to FL 100) IAS: - ROD: - APPROACH IAS: - MCS: - ROD: - LANDING Vat (IAS): - APC: - Distance: - - -

Take-off

V2 (IAS) 110 kts

Distance 1100 m

WTC M

RECAT-EU Lower Medium

MTOW 16700 kg

Initial climb (to 5000ft)

IAS 140 kts

ROC 1000 ft/min

Climb (to FL 150)

IAS 210 kts

ROC 1000 ft/min

Climb (to FL 240)

IAS 210 kts

ROC 1000 ft/min

MACH climb

MACH no data

ROC no data ft/min

Cruise

TAS 255 kt

MACH no data

Ceiling FL 250

Range 1700 NM

Initial Descent (to FL 240)

MACH no data

ROD no data ft/min

Descent (to FL 100)

IAS 240 kt

ROD 1500 ft/min

Approach

IAS 200 kt

ROD 1500 ft/min

MCS 170 kt

Landing

Vat (IAS) 120 kt

Distance 1000 m

APC B

Type of Aircraft

Type

L2T

APC

B

WTC

M

RECAT-EU

Lower Medium

Technical

Wing Span

24.6 m

Length

22.7 m

Height

7.6 m

Power plant

300: 2 x 1.800 SHP PWC PW120 turboprops with 4 blade propellers. 320: 2 x 2.100 SHP PWC PW121 turboprops with 4 blade propellers.

Performance Similarity

No data

Recognition

Wing position

High wing

Engine position

(Front) Wing leading mounted

Tail configuration

T-tail

Landing gear

Tricycle retractable

Recognition similarity

No data

Supplementary

IATA

AT3/ATR

Accommodation

Flightcrew of two and typical 42 passengers, up to 50 in high density configuration.

Notes

Turboprop regional airliner. In service since 1985. The ATR-42-300 is the current and standard type of the ATR family. ATR-42-320 with more powerful engines.

Alternative names

  • ATR-42-200/300/320

  • ATR-42-300/320