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ATR -600 Series

The Latest
Generation
Turboprop
VERSATILITY
COMFORT
TECHNOLOGY
Innovation ATR Never Ending
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 rigo-
rous requirements of the regional airlines.
Leader in the 50-70 seat turboprop market,
ATRs fundamental strategy is to maintain
the main strengths of its products, unbea-
table operational costs, high reliability, pas-
senger comfort and family concept, while
continuing to innovate and develop product
and services to satisfy the demands of ATR
operators worldwide.
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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 exibility
Contribute to cost reduction initiatives
Maintain the general ATR design philosophy,
in terms of:
Efciency
Easy retrot
High maintainability and reliability
Strong commonality
Low operating cost.
ATR Series -600
Product Strategy
Three main development
axis have been identied
and will be integral part
of a signicant model
evolution:
Performance enhan-
cement and expan-
ded operational ver-
satility
Passengers' comfort
and appeal
Technology upgrade
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 exibi-
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.
Tailored to
Regional Operation
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EXPANDING OPERATIONAL VERSATILITY
Enhanced Performance
and Expanded
Operational Versatility
Increased ATR 72-600
operational weights
Improved hot &
high airport perfor-
mance with PW127M
engine
PW127M multi-rated
engine
Short runways take-
off performance
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EXPANDING OPERATIONAL VERSATILITY
Max Take-Off Weight
From 22,500 kg
(49,604lb) up to
23,000kg (50,706lb)
Max Zero Fuel Weight
From 20,500 kg (45,195
lb) up to 21,000kg
(46,297lb)
F
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-
mance at same payload
are now available with
MTOW and MZFW
increase of 500 kg
(1,100 lb).
ADVANTAGES
Higher weights meet
new regulations cal-
ling for heavier pas-
senger and baggage
weight
Meets airline require-
ments for high density
cabin layouts
Increased ATR 72-600
Operational Weights
ISA- No wind - JAR Reserves - Typical European Airline OEW
641 nm
828 nm
0
1,000
2,000
3,000
4,000
5,000
6,000
7,000
8,000
9,000
0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000
Range (Nm)
ATR72 -600
70 pax @95 kg
640 Nm
830 Nm
Payload (kg)
Basic Weights
ATR 72-500
MTOW22,500 kg
MZFW20,500 kg
Optional Weights
ATR 72-600
MTOW23,000 kg
MZFW21,000 kg
Rang
PW1
TLS
BUD
EDI
FRA
FCO
LCY
CDG
MAD
LIS
TUN
ALG
AMS
BRU
HAM
PRG
BTS
MXP
NAP
VIE
CPH
BEG
DUB
SVQ
WAW
BMA
FBU
830 Nm
70 pax @ 95 kg (225 lb)
Up to 830 Nm
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ATR 72-500 ATR 72-600
Basic Optional
MTOW 22,500kg
49,604 lb
22,800kg
50,265 lb
23,000kg
50,706 lb
MLW 22,350kg
49,272 lb
22,350kg
49,272 lb
22,350kg
49,272 lb
MZFW 20,500kg
45,195 lb
20,800kg
45,855 lb
21,000kg
46,297 lb
OEW (Basic) 12,950kg
28,549 lb
13,010kg
28,682 lb
13,010kg
28,682 lb
Max Payload 7,550kg
16,645 lb
7,790kg
17,173 lb
7,990kg
17,614 lb
EXPANDING OPERATIONAL VERSATILITY
Additional revenues in severe
environments: PW127M
TAKE-OFF FROM DENVER
Altitude: 5,333 ft
OAT: 77F (25C)
64 pax @ 220 lb (100 kg)
OEW : 29,650 lb (13,450 kg)
+ 225 Nm with same
payload or
+ 5 passengers for the same
distance
W
ith the scope to provide even better
performance and additional payload for
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
at Take-Off and Max Continuous ratings.
Thanks to the new ratings, performance will improve in
terms of :
Take-off weight between 500 kg and 600 kg (1,100lb to
1,320lb) when limitations exist
Single-Engine Net ceiling increased by about 1,000ft.
Pwl27P
PW127M
l,000 ft
+ 1,000 ft Single-Engine
Net Ceiling
IMPROVED MAX CONTI-
NUOUS RATING WITH
PW127M
Range with
PW127M
Range with
PW127F
130 Nm (240 km) range
(PW127F)
355 Nm (658 km) range
(PW 127M)
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EXPANDING OPERATIONAL VERSATILITY
Multi-Rated Engine Power
A unique engine hardware PW 127 for three power settings: PW127E, PW127F,
PW127M
Engine rating selected through airframe identication system (EEC multi-congura-
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 benets of this concept for an airline come essentially from the optimisation
of a mixed ATR eet. The management of the engines eet 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 retrotable on
ATR -500 Series.
Smart Cycle
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Electronic Engine Control Rating
PW127M Flex Operation Concept
P/B: Push/Button
CAP: Crew Alerting Panel
ERIU: Engine Rating Interface Unit
FDAU: Flight Data Acquisition Unit
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EXPANDING OPERATIONAL VERSATILITY
Thanks to full RTO take-
off procedure, ATR 72-
600 can carry up to 70
passengers on a 300Nm
(550 km) sector distance
(RW10, no wind, dry
runway, 10C).
ATR 72 aircraft have 6
steep slope approach
capability, allowing
operations into difcult
access airports.
London City Airport Operation
ATR 72-600 can operate protably
on London City airport
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
short runways.
Thanks to this option, ATR 72-600 will be able to operate
protably from very short runways everywhere in the
world, improving dramatically MTOW and payload.
Short Runways
Take-Off Performance (RTO 100%)
IMPROVING ATR 72-600
TAKE-OFF FROM 900 m
(2,953 ft) RUNWAY
Through Take-Off with full RTO
procedure
RTO: Reserve Take-Off
MTOW:
+1,000 kg (2,200lb)
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EXPANDING OPERATIONAL VERSATILITY
The ATR cabin is simply
the best in providing pas-
sengers and Operators
with what they expect.
New technological inno-
vations are being incor-
porated to further enhan-
ce the feeling of space,
comfort and the pleasure
of ying with ATR.
Pleasing People
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Enhancing
Comfort & Appeal
Matching
Passenger
Expectations
A
TR benets 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 fee-
ling 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 balan-
ced environment where traveling is a pleasure.
ENHANCING COMFORT AND APPEAL
The Elegance Cabin
Restyled Environment and Modern Interiors
These changes are included in a new cabin harmony denition, 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.
THE RIGHT COMBINA-
TION OF:
Low heat
Low failure rate
Low maintenance
Low weight & volume
Low power
No radio emissions
WITH:
High efciency
High reliability
Much longer life
A
new cabin
styling with
totally renewed
commercial furnishing
specication is available
on ATR models in order
to provide Customers
with enhanced comfort,
space and appeal.
LED Lighting
Cabin lighting based on LED technology for warmer and more agreeable atmosphere
with soft and diffused lighting.
LED: Light-Emitting Diodes
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ENHANCING COMFORT AND APPEAL
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In-Flight Entertainment (IFE)
System
MAIN FEATURES
Integrated in PSU
5 screen
Up to 18 screens in
basic conguration
Motorised
Low weights
Low maintenance
Power Supply
Safety Slgns
4 spare lnputs for vldeo
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Audlo output to Pax Address
Power Supply
Safety Slgns
4 spare lnputs for vldeo
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Audlo output to Pax Address
DvD player
T
o respond to market needs and evolving
requirements coming from passengers and
operators, ATR is now offering an IFE system for a
more attractive passenger cabin.
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ENHANCING COMFORT AND APPEAL
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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 Trafc Control requirements make
adaptability and exibility more important than ever.
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W
ith the future in mind, airlines prefer to avoid
the necessity to incur high cost of investing
in upgrades and modications 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 signi-
cant product upgrades and innovative solutions.
Leadership is not only market share, but mainly tech-
nology at the service of low operating cost and high
reliability.
Technology Development
NEW PRODUCTS UPGRADES
Multi-Purpose Computer (MPC)
ACARS
Paperless cockpit (EFB)
Integrated Aircraft Centralized Maintenance System
(ACMS)
New Avionics Suite with Glass Cockpit
TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
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MPC FEATURES
1 single computer for :
APM (Aircraft Performance Monitoring) providing
crew awareness of in-ight 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 trans-
ponders
Aircraft Centralised Maintenance System
QAR (Quick Access Recorder) allows to record FDR
parameters on a PCMCIA card
G-Meter records ight 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]
Performance
monitoring
Maintenance
MPC: 1 single computer for all
functionalities
Multi-Purpose Computer
(MPC)
The innovative concept
for system equipment
monitoring
Upgradeable solution
for ight safety and
aircraft maintenance
optimization
Compliant with both
current and foreseable
future airworthiness
regulations
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TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
Multi-Purpose Computer - APM
APM - Aircraft Performance Monitoring
This system is unique in the aviation industry, with the
benets of enhancing aircraft safety and protection,
acting on crew awareness:
Real time acquisition of ight data and aircraft para-
meters
Computation of theoretical performance according to
ight conditions
Comparison between actual and theoretical perfor-
mance (weight, speeds, )
If discrepancy, alert and warning are delivered to
crew
Gives evidence to the
crew of severe ice
effect on the aircraft
performance
Alerts the crew about
compliance with the
minimum required IAS
(Indicating Air Speed)
Shows evidence of
external conditions
encountered as proof
of compliance of timely
procedure application
Draws pilots attention Indicates minimum speed Helps pilot to justify

Record all alerts in FDR


Refer to existing proce-
dures after a Degraded
performance
I
ncreasing pilot situa-
tion awareness, safety
enhancement through
real time acquisition
and trend monitoring of
aircraft parameters and
computation of Minimum
Speed according to air-
craft conguration.
APM
The Man/Machine Inter-
face Concept
Three signicant indicators placed in front of the pilot
and the co-pilot display this information in the following
way:
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Cruise Speed Low
The indicator illumina-
tes when cruise IAS
1
is
lower than the expec-
ted value
Degraded performance
During climb, cruise
and descent, it alerts
the crew that:
Performance is being
degraded
QRH
2
procedures
must be applied
Increase Speed
The indicator ashes
as soon as minimum
icing speed is reached
and the aircraft speed
has to be increased.
1 - IAS: Indicated Air Speed
2 - QRH: Quick Reference
Handbook
TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
Multi-Purpose Computer
Other Features
EHS - Enhanced Surveillance
WHY?
European regulation for down-linking aircraft para-
meters:
Roll angle Selected attitude Vertical rate True
air speed Indicated airspeed True track angle
Ground speed Magnetic heading, for Air Trafc
Control purposes
Required by March 31
th
2007 (TGL 18 NPA 20-12a)
HOW?
The MPC acquires, formats and sends parameters
required by the ATC to the transponders.
Note: Transponder -007 required (standard t in production)
Air Data
Computers
GNSS
ATC - 007
Transponders
AFCS
MPC
EHS Architecture
ADS-B
- Automatic
Dependent
Surveillance -
Broadcast
WHY?
To make aircraft data
available to other ADS-
B capable aircraft and
ATC centers
To improve aircraft
situational awareness
and knowledge
ULTIMATELY
To enhance ATC sur-
veillance currently pro-
vided by radars
To replace primary/
secondary ground
radars
Note: No rm certication
basis available today; on-going
experimentation.
HOW?
MPC acquires, formats
and sends required
parameters to trans-
ponders
Note: Transponders to be
upgraded to -108
FDEP
Replacement
WHY?
-
ne Interface
HOW?
FDEP is removed
MCDU has a FDEP page
in plain text
INIT TIME & FLIGHT
HOUR:MINUTE
09:40
MONTH:DAY
12:20
YEAR
2005
FLIGHT NUMBER
0004
<RETURN PRINT*
GPS
Aircraft see each other
Air Trafc Control
Ground Station
Principle of ADB-S function
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TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
Maintenance/
BITE
WHY?
To make available BITE
data reading and/or
analysis tools in the
cockpit
To give recommenda-
tions in plain text
HOW?
Get access to existing
BITE data in the rele-
vant computers
Read BITE messages
through a MCDU BITE
page
MAINTENANCE
<AFCS VERSION>
<RAD COM/NAV
<PEC/EEC
<TCAS
<MFC
<RETURN PRINT*
ACMS -
Aircraft Condition
Monitoring System
WHY?
Addition of more func-
tions specied by ATR
or operators mainte-
nance staff
Capable of doing com-
plementary aircraft
parameters analysis
HOW?
Use of acquired para-
meters
Use of a ground station
(for customization by
operator)
QAR - Quick
Access Recorder
WHY?
Operators request to
carry out specic ight
analyses
HOW?
Recording of all Flight
Data Recorder (FDR)
parameters on a PCM-
CIA card
MPC delivered with a
256-Mb card
May store up to 1Gb i.e.
more than 2,200 ight
hours in 64 words per
second (wps) FDR
or more than 500 FH
with a 256 wps FDR
G-Meter
WHY?
To be able to read aircraft ight and max landing verti-
cal accelerations, without Flight Data Recorder reading
To avoid a lengthy immobilization of the aircraft by
making a FDR analysis
HOW?
Access and reading through an MCDU1 G-Meter
page
Storage of max vertical acceleration in the PCMCIA
card
Acceleratlon checked
G-METER REPORT
DATE GMT FLT
FEB20 1603 ATR001
GMT ACC
1505 01.55 FLT
1455 01.20 FLT
1515 01.71 GND
VERT ACC : VALID
LONG ACC : VALID
LAT ACC : VALID
<RETURN PRINT*
Aircraft Flight Manual
Weight
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2.4
2.6
2.8
3.0
3.2
12000 14000 16000 18000 20000
Hard
landing Zone
Normal
landing Zone
Aircraft Flight Manual
Weight
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2.6
2.8
3.0
3.2
12000 14000 16000 18000 20000
Hard
landing zone
Acceleratlon compared
Decision: Stop a/c
or keep on nylng
Normal
landing zone
1 - MCDU: Multi-functional Control Display Unit
MPC - Multi-Purpose
Computer
Main Operators
Benets
One single computer
able to manage various
functionalities
All available for retrot
Improve Crew Situa-
tional Awareness and
Knowledge
Improve knowledge of
both internal and exter-
nal environments
Alert crew about
aircraft performance
degradation
Enhance trafc mana-
gement and improve
safety
Optimized Solution
Combination of diffe-
rent functions into one
evolving unit
Allows to add new
functions without a
complete new equip-
ment
Effective Maintenance
Maintenance informa-
tion centralized and
directly available on a
single display
More accurate diagno-
ses and recommenda-
tions
Anticipate maintenan-
ce tasks
Detection of maximum
ITT at take-off
Divergence Detection
ACMS
Customised detection
& recording
Limits exceedence
detection
Cycle Counting
Trend Monitoring
ACMS Capabilities
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TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
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CMS main page
Flight report
Ground report
This system can offer
additional functionalities,
for example:
On-line Troubleshooting
Aid, through:
Interrogating on line
the ATR TS data bank
Selecting the most
probable scenario
Identifying suspect
LRU
1
Validating customer
experience.
1: LRU: Line Replaceable Unit
Centrallzed
Malntenance
System
*LOPXXIBU
*IBWFUPEP
Pllght Peports
&
8|TL data
It is based on the Air-
craft Condition Moni-
toring System (ACMS)
function of MPC, and on
the current functions of
the Multi Function Com-
puter (MFC), allowing
failure source identica-
tion. It does not require
additional equipment,
but only a software evo-
lution.
Engine parameters
exceedance available
without Flight Data
Recorder (FDR) reading
Data access and rea-
ding through dedicated
MPC function
PCMCIA card storage
report
Report les availa-
ble for download via
VHF network through
ACARS
OPERATORS BENEFITS
Will replace or integrate DMT tool for creating data
directly usable for ECTM reports
No aircraft hardware utilisation
Engine les erected on PCMCIA card and/or will be
downloadable with ACARS.
Engine Parameters Processing & Downloading
ACARS Link
Engine
Control Trend
Monitoring
(ECTM)
Access and
reading through
an MCDU
(Maintenance
Control Display
Unit) dedicated
page
Storage of
exceedance
report in the
PCMCIA card
FDAU
Multi-Purpose Computer
Other Features
Flight Data Acquisi-
tion Unit (FDAU) data
accessed through MPC
to create :
Engine reports for
trend monitoring
Reading engine para-
meters exceedance
report, avoiding a
lengthly immobiliza-
tion of the aircraft, by
making a FDR analysis.
Integrated ACMS (Aircraft Centralized
Maintenance System)
OPERATORS BENEFITS
Automatic Pilot Flight
Report
In ight/on ground
data link when combi-
ned with ACARS
Improved Maintenance
Reliable system moni-
toring
Effective troubleshoo-
ting
Improved Dispatcha-
bility
Faulty LRU
1
identica-
tion
Minimum Equipment
List (MEL) management
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TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
MESSAGE TYPES
Position reporting
ATIS report
Pre-departure clea-
rance
Passenger service
Take-off data
Emergency report
Delay report
Fuel status
Engines report
ACARS - Aircraft Communications
Addressing & Reporting System
Up/down-loading digital data via VHF network
Customisable with dedicated tools
Improved communication between aircraft, Opera-
tors base and ATC (Air Trafc Control)
EFB FEATURES
Checklists
Aircraft manuals
Electronic charts
Performance calcula-
tions
Customer dedicated
application
EFB - Electronic Flight Bag
Provides ight crew with a paperless cockpit, replacing
the current paper-based documentation
Integration in the cockpit
Pilots will have at their
ngertips moving maps,
graphical weather fore-
casts, terrain mapping
and a variety of aviation
data and functions.
A multi-function tool for the
modern cockpit
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OPERATORS BENEFITS
Faster and more accurate information ow
Enhanced ight safety
Increased operational efciency
Improved passenger service
Reduced crew workload
Reduced maintenance and operating costs
TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
T
he ATR avionics
have been
improved and
developed during
recent years essentially
to face required
regulatory evolutions,
in connection with new
required functionalities:
FM immunity, 8.33 KHz
radio, B-RNAV, ACAS,
TAWS
HF, ACARS,
Regional air transports
dramatic evolution and
continuous require-
ments for advanced
state-of-the-art tech-
nology turboprops, are
now the drivers for
further ATR avionics
upgrading.
The new avionics suite
will modify signicantly
the display of the main
information and data
required by the pilot to
achieve his main tasks:
operate, navigate and
manage.
This will simplify the
cockpit dramatically and
allows pilots to focus
only on the most perti-
nent information.
All these changes will
improve situational awa-
reness and customise
the man-machine inter-
face to enhance safety.
ATR -600 Series: New Avionics Suite
Simplied, integrated LCD
advanced functions will
enhance safety, reliability,
handling for pilots, while
contributing to mainte-
nance cost savings and
weight reduction.
The major design objective of new ATR avionics suite is to provide the crew with the
most realistic picture of the in-ight situation and the most comprehensive displays
of the aircraft systems, in addition to ensuring growth for future navigation needs and
communication means by the end of the decade.
The cockpit will be designed in order to replace most
of the present instruments by ve 6 x 8 LCD displays
composed of:
2 Primary Flight Displays (PFD),
2 Multi-Function Displays (MFD),
1 Engine & Warning Display (EWD)
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ATR -600 Series will be also capable of Category
IIIA approach (landing with a decision height of
50ft), in addition to GPS capability for Non-Precision
Approach 0.3Nm.
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TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
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General System Architecture
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T
he new technology
available on ATR
-600 Series aircraft
features advanced
solutions and superior
performance compared to
previous generation Glass
Cockpit.
These may be recogni-
zed in all operational
domains:
Improved Operation and Situational
Awareness
Improved Dispatch Capability
RNP 0.3 ready with path for lower RNP
Enhanced Crew Alert System
Paper-Less cockpit with procedures and system page
management
Basic WAAS capability
All weather operation with 50 ft decision height (Cat
IIIA Operation)
Improved situational awareness and safety
Navigation Charts display with A/C position
Provision for Vertical Situation Display with terrain
prole
Provision for ADS-B with CDTI for full trafc aware-
ness
Operations and Situa-
tional Awareness
Maintenance
Performance
Technology
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TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
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Easier
Maintenance
On-Wing SW and
Database high-speed
upload via standard
Data-loader (A429/
Ethernet) or Flashcard
Centralized Main-
tenance with Plain
English fault report
Raw Maintenance
data displayed on MFD
Engine Run Up pages
Aircraft Congura-
tion management via
software pin-prog to
manage options
Enhanced BITE ope-
ration thanks to latest
THALES development
on recent programs
Maintenance opera-
tion (BITE read out)
possible on failed Core
Avionics Modules
No reset required to
retrieve data allowing
improved isolation and
identication of failed
item thus reducing NFF
and allowing product
future improvement
Reset of one embedded
application without
resetting the HW module
on CAC
ATR -600 SERIES24
Better
Performance
30% Weight savings
compared to current
ATR
Reduced volume and
heat dissipation
Reduced LRU count
compared with current
ATR version
30% Lower P/N count
Improved MTBF
Growth Capability
Ultimate Technology
Latest Integrated Modular Avionics Technology
Certied on A380 program
Offering Flexibility and growth capability
Latest AMLCD 6" x 8" displays
Led Array backlighting: Reduced power consump-
tion, Improved View angles up to 55 horizontal
Improved resolution: 1024 x 768
Embedded Mass memory for Jeppesen, FMS data-
base
Video capable (up to three inputs)
Processing and Graphic power: FMS, Airport Nav all
embedded in DU
Flight Deck Architecture
Two Primary Flight
Displays (PFD) for EFIS
functions (EADI/EHSI)
Two Multi-Function
Displays (MFD) for
Navigation and aircraft
system synoptic
One Engine & Warning
Display (EWD) for
Engine Instruments and
Crew Alerting System,
Check-lists/Procedures
management and
permanent data
Control panels for system settings
24ATR -600 SERIES
Superior performance compared to previous
generation Glass Cockpit
TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
ATR -600 SERIES25
2 Primary Flight Displays - PFD
PFDs integrate multiple conventional instruments:
EADI on top
Digital ASI
Radio altitude
Lateral & vertical
deviation
FD guidance
EHSI on bottom
Bearing pointers
TAWS or WSR data
Rolling Air Speed Indi-
cator with speed bugs
V-speeds
Low and over speeds
Speed trend
Managed/selected
speeds
Rolling barometric alti-
tude display
Vertical speed
Flight mode, icing
conditions annuncia-
tions
2 Multi-Function Displays - MFD
MFDs integrate multiple sensors:
Navigation display
Actual & selected
heading
Bearing pointers
FMS data
Navaids
TAWS or WXR image
TCAS data
System and utilities
pages
Cabin
Electric
Hydraulic
Engine
Video (optional)
Memo panel
Radio management
Engine &
Warning Display
- EWD
Primary engine para-
meters
Flight controls posi-
tion indication
Trim
Flaps
Crew Alerting Panel
Emergency, Normal
and Abnormal proce-
dure display
Permanent data (TAT,
SAT, Gross Weight, Fuel
on board)
Five 6" x 8" LCD Units
TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
26ATR -600 SERIES
Centralized Audio Management System
(example)
26ATR -600 SERIES
Growth and options capability
Optional CAT IIIa autopi-
lot is available allowing
ILS auto-land with a
Decision Height of 50
feet and VR 200m
GPS capability for Non-
Precision Approach
0.3Nm.
Provisions included in
the basic architecture
will permit to develop
further optional capabili-
ties such as:
ADS-B in with Cock-
pit Display of Trafc
Information: Allows to
display surrounding
aircraft information for
improved trafc situatio-
nal awareness
Upgrade to provide
with lower RNP minima
capability if required.
(I.e. RNP AR APPCH <
0.3 Nm)
Vertical Situation Dis-
play: Terrain and Air-
craft Vertical Situation
display on MFD
Airport Navigation
Function: Aircraft
ground navigation aids
and guidance.
Coupled VNAV : Cruise
altitude and steps mana-
gement, Vertical devia-
tion computation
O F F
FAULT
O F F
FAULT
A R M
O F F
EEC 1 ATPCS EEC 2
HYD
ANTI SKID
OFF
FAULT
0 5 0 0
HIGH DUMP
AUTO PRESS
T O
MCT
CRZ
CLB
PWR MGT
O F F
FAULT
O F F
FAULT
PEC 1 PEC 2
TRIM
1 ADC 2
O N
FAULT
MAN
CAB PRESS
DITCH
UNLK UNLK UNLK
2 2 0
2 l 0
2 0 0
l 9 0
l 8 0
l 7 0
l 6 0 - 20 - 20
- l0 - l0
l0 l0
3 0 000
2 9 500
2 9 000
2 9 400
2 8 800
10
20
10
20
5
5
l 9 l
I S I S
TEST
PUSHER
OFF
FAULT
WATCH
E N G 2 F I R E
B R A K E S H O T
D O O R S
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
. . .
ANTI-SKID TES
F F
C A B A L T
5 2 3 0 F T
3 .3 P S I
D P
4 5 0 F T / M N
V S
P A X
D O O R
48 C
37 C
22 C
21 C
SMOKE
1 1 2 1 0 9
F USED K G F USED K G
120 P S I
O 2
CRZ
6 1 .3 1 0 9 .3
T Q %
N P %
I T T C
5 4 3 8 4 3
F I R E 2
LO PITCH
E E C
P E C
SGL CHL
UPTRIM ATPCS
1 0 1 .3 8 1 . 9
ANTI-ICING
DE-ICING
FUEL XFR
PRK BK ON
PROP
BKON
NO SMKG
SEAT BLT
RMU
1
SBY RMI
I C I N G
ICING
A O A
TEST
RMU
2
SBY RMI
O F F
FAULT
O F F
FAULT
A R M
O F F
EEC 1 ATPCS EEC 2
O F F
FAULT
O F F
FAULT
A R M
O F F
O F F
FAULT
O F F
FAULT
A R M
O F F
EEC 1 ATPCS EEC 2
HYD HYD
ANTI SKID
OFF
FAULT
0 5 0 0
HIGH DUMP
AUTO PRESS
0 5 0 0
HIGH DUMP
AUTO PRESS
T O
MCT
CRZ
CLB
PWR MGT
O F F
FAULT
O F F
FAULT
PEC 1 PEC 2
O F F
FAULT
O F F
FAULT
O F F
FAULT
O F F
FAULT
PEC 1 PEC 2
TRIM TRIM
1 ADC 2 1 ADC 2
O N
FAULT
MAN
CAB PRESS
DITCH
O N
FAULT
MAN O N
FAULT
MAN
CAB PRESS
DITCH
UNLK UNLK UNLK UNLK UNLK UNLK
2 2 0
2 l 0
2 0 0
l 9 0
l 8 0
l 7 0
l 6 0 - 20 - 20
- l0 - l0
l0 l0
3 0 000
2 9 500
2 9 000
2 9 400
2 8 800
10
20
10
20
5
5
l 9 l
I S I S
2 2 0
2 l 0
2 0 0
l 9 0
l 8 0
l 7 0
l 6 0 - 20 - 20
- l0 - l0
l0 l0
3 0 000
2 9 500
2 9 000
2 9 400
2 8 800
10
20
10
20
5
5
l 9 l
I S I S
2 2 0
2 l 0
2 0 0
l 9 0
l 8 0
l 7 0
l 6 0 - 20 - 20
- l0 - l0
l0 l0
3 0 000
2 9 500
2 9 000
2 9 400
2 8 800
10
20
10
20
5
5
l 9 l
2 2 0
2 l 0
2 0 0
l 9 0
l 8 0
l 7 0
l 6 0 - 20 - 20
- l0 - l0
l0 l0
3 0 000
2 9 500
2 9 000
2 9 400
2 8 800
10
20
10
20
5
5
l 9 l
2 2 0
2 l 0
2 0 0
l 9 0
l 8 0
l 7 0
l 6 0 - 20 - 20
- l0 - l0
l0 l0
3 0 000
2 9 500
2 9 000
2 9 400
2 8 800
10
20
10
20
5
5
l 9 l
I S I S
TEST
PUSHER
OFF
FAULT
PUSHER
OFF
FAULT
PUSHER
OFF
FAULT
WATCH WATCH
E N G 2 F I R E
B R A K E S H O T
D O O R S
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
. . .
ANTI-SKID TES
F F
C A B A L T
5 2 3 0 F T
3 .3 P S I
D P
4 5 0 F T / M N
V S
P A X
D O O R
48 C
37 C
22 C
21 C
SMOKE
1 1 2 1 0 9
F USED K G F USED K G
120 P S I
O 2
CRZ
6 1 .3 1 0 9 .3
T Q %
N P %
I T T C
5 4 3 8 4 3
F I R E 2
LO PITCH
E E C
P E C
SGL CHL
UPTRIM ATPCS
1 0 1 .3 8 1 . 9
ANTI-ICING
DE-ICING
FUEL XFR
PRK BK ON
PROP
BKON
NO SMKG
SEAT BLT
E N G 2 F I R E
B R A K E S H O T
D O O R S
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
. . .
ANTI-SKID TES
F F
C A B A L T
5 2 3 0 F T
3 .3 P S I
D P
3 .3 P S I
D P
4 5 0 F T / M N
V S
4 5 0 F T / M N
V S
P A X
D O O R
48 C
37 C
22 C
21 C
SMOKE
P A X
D O O R
48 C
37 C
22 C
21 C
SMOKE
1 1 2 1 0 9
F USED K G F USED K G
1 1 2 1 0 9
F USED K G F USED K G
120 P S I
O 2
120 P S I 120 P S I
O 2
CRZ
6 1 .3 1 0 9 .3
T Q %
N P %
I T T C
5 4 3 5 4 3 8 4 3 8 4 3
F I R E 2
LO PITCH
E E C
P E C
SGL CHL
UPTRIM ATPCS
1 0 1 .3 8 1 . 9
ANTI-ICING
DE-ICING
FUEL XFR
PRK BK ON
PROP
BKON
NO SMKG
SEAT BLT
RMU
1
SBY RMI
RMU
1
SBY RMI
I C I N G
ICING
A O A
I C I N G
ICING
A O A
TEST TEST
RMU
2
SBY RMI
RMU
2
SBY RMI
TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
ATR -600 SERIES27
Glossary
ACAS: Aircraft Collision
Alerting System
ADS-B: Automatic Depen-
dent Surveillance - Broa-
dcast
ASI: Air Speed Indicator
CDTI: Cockpit Display of
Trafc Information
DME: Distance Measuring
Equipment
EADI: Electronic Attitude
Director Indicator
EGPWS: Enhanced Ground
Proximity Warning System
(or TAWS, OACI designa-
tion)
EHSI: Electronic Horizontal
Situation Indicator
MTBF: Meantime Between
Failure
NFF: No Fault Found
RMI: Radio Magnetic Indi-
cator
RNP: Required Navigation
Procedure
TAWS: terrain Awareness
and Warning System
TCAS: Trafc Collision
Avoidance System (or
ACAS, OACI designation)
VSI/TRA: Vertical Speed
Indicator/Trafc Resolution
Advisory
WAAS: Wide Area Aug-
mentation System
WSR: Weather Surveillan-
ce Radar
WXR: Weather X-Ray
ATR -600 Series
Never Ending Innovations
TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
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