ATR72-600 Latest Generation

June 23, 2018 | Author: tomay777 | Category: Air Traffic Control, Cockpit, Avionics, Aerospace Engineering, Aeronautics
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ATR Never Ending Innovation

ATR -600 Series

The Latest Generation Turboprop

VERSATILITY

COMFORT

TECHNOLOGY

Reinforcing leadership in the turboprop market One of the key success factors of the ATR Program has been the continuous attention  to the market evolution, to meet the rigorous requirements of the regional airlines. Leader in the 50-70 seat turboprop market, ATR’ TR’ss fundamental strategy is to maintain  the main strengths of its products, unbea table operational costs, high reliability, passenger comfort and family concept, while continuing to innovate and develop product and services to satisfy the demands of ATR operators worldwide.

2 • ATR -600 SERIES

ATR Series -600 Product Strategy

I

n addition to the continuous design changes policy

 to comply with latest regulatory requirement evolutions, ATR is offering to regional airlines

original and advanced solutions, keeping in mind essential drivers: 

Further enhance ATR competitiveness



Reinforce and optimise operational flexibility



Contribute to cost reduction initiatives



Maintain the general ATR design philosophy,

in terms of: 

Efficiency



Easy retrofit



High maintainability and reliability



Strong commonality



Low operating cost.

Three main development axis have been identified and will be integral part of a significant model evolution: 

Performance enhancement and expanded operational versatility



Passengers' comfort and appeal



Technology upgrade

ATR -600 SERIES• 3

E XPANDING O PERATIONAL V ERSATILITY

Tailored to Regional Operation

T

emperature or altitude extremes from the Equator to the Arctic Circle are the daily environment for ATR aircraft. Operated today in all types of climates and conditions, ATR operational flexibi-

lity and versatility are recognized worldwide by regional operators. Low weights, together with an advanced aerodynamic design and state-of-the-art Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100 Series engines, keep fuel burn to a minimum. Expanding further operational versatility is the objective of ATR, to provide airlines with tailored performance to suit regional operations and increase revenues. Providing exactly what the customer needs in a fast evolving market.

4 • ATR -600 SERIES

E XPANDING O PERATIONAL V ERSATILITY

Enhanced Performance



Increased ATR 72-600 operational weights



Improved « hot & high » airport performance with PW127M engine



PW127M multi-rated engine



Short runways’ takeoff performance

and Expanded Operational Versatility

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E XPANDING O PERATIONAL V ERSATILITY

F

Increased ATR 72-600 Operational Weights

ollowing a strong market requirement, ATR 72-600 is

offered with increased payload, making the aircraft even more attractive, also in terms of operational range. 

Up to 500 kg (1,100 lb) higher payload for the same range, with addi tional 5-pax revenue



or 190 Nm (350 km) extended range perfor-

70 pax @ 95 kg (225 lb) 

mance at same payload

Up to 830 Nm 

are now available with MTOW and MZFW increase of 500 kg

FBU

(1,100 lb).

BMA EDI



Max Take-Off Weight

CPH

DUB

From 22,500 kg

BRU

(49,604lb) up to 

MXP

Max Zero Fuel Weight From 20,500 kg (45,195 lb) up to 21,000 kg

MAD

NAP

LIS ALG

MLW MZFW OEW (Basic) Max Payload

6 • ATR -600 SERIES



Meets airline requirements for high density cabin layouts

BEG FCO

SVQ

MTOW

Higher weights meet new regulations calling for heavier passenger and baggage weight

BUD

TLS

(46,297lb)

ATR 72-500



BTS

VIE

CDG

ADVANTAGES

WAW

PRG FRA

23,000kg (50,706lb)

830 Nm

HAM

AMS

LCY

TUN

ATR 72-600 Basic

Optional

22,500 kg

22,800kg

23,000kg

9,000

49,604 lb

50,265 lb

50,706 lb

8,000

22,350 kg

22,350kg

22,350kg

7,000

49,272 lb

49,272 lb

49,272 lb

6,000

20,500 kg

20,800kg

21,000kg

5,000

45,195 lb

45,855 lb

46,297 lb

12,950 kg

13,010kg

13,010kg

28,549 lb

28,682 lb

28,682 lb

7,550 kg

7,790kg

7,990kg

16,645 lb

17,173 lb

17,614 lb

Payload (kg)

ISA- No wind -JAR Reserves - Typical European Airline OEW

Optional Weights ATR 72-600 MTOW 23,000 kg ATR72 -60021,000 kg MZFW

70 [email protected] 95 kg

4,000 640 641 Nm nm

3,000

828 nm 830 Nm

Basic Weights ATR 72-500 MTOW 22,500 kg MZFW 20,500 kg

2,000 1,000 0 0

500

1,000 Range (Nm)

1,500

2,000

E XPANDING O PERATIONAL V ERSATILITY

Additional revenues in severe environments: PW127M

W

ith the scope to provide even better

Thanks to the new ratings, performance will improve in

performance and additional payload for

 terms of :

 the most demanding networks (hot & high



airports, mountainous environment), ATR is offering a more powerful engine: the PW127M. The PW127M delivers 5% higher thermodynamic power

Take-off weight between 500 kg and 600 kg (1,100 lb to 1,320lb) when limitations exist



Single-Engine Net ceiling increased by about 1,000ft.

at Take-Off and Max Continuous ratings.

TAKE-OFF FROM DENVER Altitude: 5,333 ft  OAT: 77°F (25°C)  64 pax @ 220 lb (100 kg)  OEW : 29,650 lb (13,450 kg) 

Range with  PW127M 

Range with  PW127F 

+ 225 Nm with same  payload or  + 5 passengers for the same distance

IMPROVED MAX CONTINUOUS RATING WITH PW127M

+ 1,000 ft Single-Engine Net Ceiling 18.

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130 Nm (240 km) range (PW127F) 355 Nm (658 km) range (PW 127M) ATR -600 SERIES• 7

E XPANDING O PERATIONAL V ERSATILITY

Multi-Rated Engine Power



A unique engine hardware PW 127 for three power settings: PW127E, PW127F, PW127M



Engine rating selected through airframe identification system (EEC multi-configura tion)* Two levels of power will be available for the ATR 72, allowing PW127F ratings for standard operations or PW127M ratings for ‘hot & high’ operations, through the ‘Flex Operation’ concept.



The benefits of this concept for an airline come essentially from the optimisation of a mixed ATR fleet. The management of the engines fleet durability (Life Limited Parts impact) will be facilitated and maintenance costs controlled and optimised.



This engine is made available by early 2008 and it is designed to be retrofitable on ATR -500 Series.

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PW127M «Flex» Operation Concept  P/B: Push/Button  CAP: Crew Alerting Panel  ERIU: Engine Rating Interface Unit  FDAU: Flight Data Acquisition Unit 

E XPANDING O PERATIONAL V ERSATILITY

Short Runways Take-Off Performance (RTO 100%)

I

n order to respond to even more stringent requirements coming from emerging markets and to assure air transport connexions to remote

regions, ATR has developed a tailored solution, with the objective to further improve take-off capabilities on very

IMPROVING ATR 72-600 TAKE-OFF FROM 900 m (2,953 ft) RUNWAY Through Take-Off with full RTO  procedure 

short runways. Thanks to this option, ATR 72-600 will be able to operate

RTO: Reserve Take-Off 

profitably from very short runways everywhere in the world, improving dramatically MTOW and payload.

MTOW: +1,000 kg (2,200 lb)

London City Airport Operation Thanks to full RTO takeoff procedure, ATR 72600 can carry up to 70 passengers on a 300Nm (550 km) sector distance (RW10, no wind, dry runway, 10°C). ATR 72 aircraft have 6° steep slope approach capability, allowing operations into difficult access airports.

ATR 72-600 can operate profitably on London City airport ATR -600 SERIES• 9

Pleasing People

The ATR cabin is simply  the best in providing passengers and Operators with what they expect. New technological innovations are being incorporated to further enhance the feeling of space, comfort and the pleasure of flying with ATR.

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E NHANCING C O M FO R T A N D A PPEAL

Enhancing Comfort & Appeal

Matching Passenger Expectations

A

TR benefits from the widest cabin in the

 turboprop market, providing maximum passenger space and setting high standards of

comfort. New style interiors offer more baggage room and feeling of space. The new smooth, soft lines of the ceiling and cabin side panels, re-shaped and re-designed to offer passengers more space and light, create an harmonious and balanced environment where traveling is a pleasure.

ATR -600 SERIES• 1 1

E NHANCING C O M FO R T A N D A PPEAL

The ‘Elegance’ Cabin

A

new cabin styling with

 totally renewed

commercial furnishing specification is available on ATR models in order  to provide Customers with enhanced comfort, space and appeal.

Restyled Environment and Modern Interiors These changes are included in a new cabin harmony definition, called “Elegance”, already selected by many ATR Operators. To satisfy the most demanding airline and passenger expectations, new type seats are offered, modern styled and light weight concept, combined with outstanding low maintenance features, meeting the latest requirements of cost conscious airlines.

LED Lighting Cabin lighting based on LED technology for warmer and more agreeable atmosphere with soft and diffused lighting. THE RIGHT COMBINATION OF: 

Low heat



Low failure rate



Low maintenance



Low weight & volume



Low power



No radio emissions

WITH: 

High efficiency



High reliability



Much longer life

LED: Light-Emitting Diodes 

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E NHANCING C O M FO R T A N D A PPEAL

In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) System

MAIN FEATURES

T



Integrated in PSU

o respond to market needs and evolving



5’’ screen

requirements coming from passengers and



Up to 18 screens in basic configuration

operators, ATR is now offering an IFE system for a

more attractive passenger cabin.



Motorised



Low weights



Low maintenance

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Never-Ending Innovation

T

he aviation industry is at the forefront of advanced and innovative technology. Continuous evolution and improvement of pro-

ducts and services have always been decisive to main tain airlines competitiveness. Today, increasingly demanding technical and safety legislation and Air Traffic Control requirements make adaptability and flexibility more important than ever.

14 • ATR -600 SERIES

T ECHNOLOGY D EVELOPMENT

Technology Development

W

ith the future in mind, airlines prefer to avoid

 the necessity to incur high cost of investing in upgrades and modifications in order to

meet evolving standards. Regional aircraft today must exceed current technical, safety and maintenance requirements. Flight safety and aircraft maintenance optimisation are  two of the major requirements coming from Operators and Airworthiness Authorities. In the wake of this evolution, ATR is now offering significant product upgrades and innovative solutions. Leadership is not only market share, but mainly technology at the service of low operating cost and high reliability.

NEW PRODUCTS UPGRADES 

Multi-Purpose Computer (MPC)



ACARS



Paperless cockpit (EFB)



Integrated Aircraft Centralized Maintenance System (ACMS)



New Avionics Suite with Glass Cockpit ATR -600 SERIES• 1 5

T ECHNOLOGY D EVELOPMENT

Multi-Purpose Computer (MPC) 

The innovative concept for system equipment monitoring



Upgradeable solution

Performance monitoring

for flight safety and aircraft maintenance optimization 

MPC FEATURES 1 single computer for : 

APM (Aircraft Performance Monitoring) providing crew awareness of in-flight aircraft behaviour



EHS (Enhanced Surveillance) required by March 2007, for aircraft parameters acquisition and transfer to  transponders



ADS-B (Auto Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast) for aircraft parameters acquisition and transfer to transponders



Aircraft Centralised Maintenance System



QAR (Quick Access Recorder) allows to record FDR parameters on a PCMCIA card



G-Meter records flight and landing vertical accelera tions without FDR reading



Maintenance/BITE monitoring availability of BITE messages in the cockpit; provides recommendations in plain text



ACMS (Aircraft Conditions Monitoring System) for aircraft parameters analysis for troubleshooting purpose



FDEP (Flight Data Entry and Printout) simulation (FDAU interface) plain text FDEP page in Computer Display



Engine Parameters Processing and Downloading [under development] 

Compliant with both current and foreseable future airworthiness regulations

Maintenance

MPC: 1 single computer for all  functionalities 

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T ECHNOLOGY D EVELOPMENT

Multi-Purpose Computer - APM

I

ncreasing pilot situa-

 tion awareness, safety



real time acquisition aircraft parameters and



Cruise Speed Low The indicator illumina-

benefits of enhancing aircraft safety and protection,

 tes when cruise IAS1 is

acting on crew awareness:

lower than the expec-

Real time acquisition of flight data and aircraft para-

 ted value

meters

computation of Minimum Speed according to air-



This system is unique in the aviation industry, with the

enhancement through and trend monitoring of

APM - Aircraft Performance Monitoring



craft configuration. 



Computation of theoretical performance according to



Degraded performance

flight conditions

During climb, cruise

Comparison between actual and theoretical perfor-

and descent, it alerts

mance (weight, speeds, …)

 the crew that:

If discrepancy, alert and warning are delivered t o

• Performance is being

crew

degraded • QRH2 procedures must be applied



Increase Speed The indicator flashes as soon as minimum icing speed is reached and the aircraft speed

APM

has to be increased.

The Man/Machine Interface Concept

1 - IAS: Indicated Air Speed  2 - QRH: Quick Reference  Handbook  

Gives evidence to the crew of « severe ice »



effect on the aircraft

Three significant indicators placed in front of the pilot

performance

and the co-pilot display this information in the following

Alerts the crew about

way:

compliance with the minimum required IAS

Draws pilot’s attention

Indicates minimum speed

Helps pilot to justify

(Indicating Air Speed) 

Shows evidence of external conditions encountered as proof of compliance of timely



Record all alerts in FDR

Refer to existing procedures after a ‘Degraded performance’ 

procedure application

ATR -600 SERIES• 1 7

T ECHNOLOGY D EVELOPMENT

ADS-B - Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast 

 WHY? 



To make aircraft data available to other ADSB capable aircraft and ATC centers

Multi-Purpose Computer Other Features



 WHY? 

To improve aircraft situational awareness and knowledge

ULTIMATELY … 



To enhance ATC surveillance currently provided by radars To replace primary/ secondary ground

EHS - Enhanced Surveillance



European regulation for down-linking aircraft parameters: • Roll angle • Selected attitude • Vertical rate • True air speed • Indicated airspeed • True track angle • Ground speed • Magnetic heading, for Air Traffic Control purposes Required by March 31 th 2007 (TGL 18 Î NPA 20-12a)

WHY? -



ne Inter ace HOW? DEP is remove



CDU has a FDEP page



HOW? 

FDEP Replacement 

The MPC acquires, formats and sends parameters required by the ATC to the transponders.

n p a n text

Note: Transponder -007 required (standard fit in production) 

radars

INIT TIME & FLIGHT HOUR:MINUTE 09:40   MONTH:DAY 12:20  YEAR 

Note: No firm certification  basis available today; on-going  experimentation.

2005 FLIGHT NUMBER  0004  

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