Air Pictorial 1999-12
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M.Killian - Eurowings - a German success story (2)
The ATR turboprop, in both its lengthened -72 (shown) and shorter -42 versions, forms the backbone of Eurowings’ fleet. However, the airline recognises that the future is with jets and a replacement for the ATR72s is urgently being sought.
The ATR turboprop, in both its lengthened -72 and shorter -42 (shown) versions, forms the backbone of Eurowings’ fleet. However, the airline recognises that the future is with jets and a replacement for the ATR72s is urgently being sought.
One of the ten BAe 146s operated by Eurowings, a type which has given the airline a number of problems regarding despatch reliability.