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BAe ATP

The BAe ATP is a twin-engined turboprop regional airliner with a capacity of maximum 72 passengers produced by the British manufacturer BAe, British Aerospace (today BAE Systems).

The ATP -(A)dvanced (T)urbo (P)rop- is a development of the Hawker Siddeley HS 748.

 

Specifications for the BAe ATP
Crew 2  
Passengers max. 72  
Propulsion 2 Turboprop Engines  
Engine Model Pratt & Whitney Canada PW126A  
Engine Power (each) 1978 kW 2653 shp
Speed 493 km/h 266 kts
      306 mph
Service Ceiling 7.620 m 25.000 ft
Range 1.824 km 985 NM
    1.134 mi.
Empty Weight 14.193 kg 31.290 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight 23.678 kg 52.200 lbs
max. Landing Weight 23.133 kg 51.000 lbs
Wing Span 30,63 m 100 ft 6 in
Wing Area 78,3 m² 843 ft²
Length 26,00 m 85 ft 4 in
Height 7,14 m 23 ft 5 in
First Flight 01.04.1984  
Production Status out of production  
Production Range 1986-1992  
Total Production 64  
Developed from Hawker Siddeley HS 748  
ICAO Code ATP  
IATA Code ATP  
Data for (Version) BAe ATP  

Aircraft lost, damaged and hijacked:
Date Aircraft type Reg. Airline Location Fatal Cat.
04-Mar-15 British Aerospace ATP-F (LFD) PK-DGB Deraya Air Taxi Wamena Airpo... 0 damaged
15-Jan-15 British Aerospace ATP-F (LFD) G-BTPC Atlantic Airlines Coventry-Bag... 0 damaged
31-May-13 British Aerospace ATP-F PK-DGI Deraya Air Taxi Wamena Airpo... 0 crashed
15-Jun-07 British Aerospace ATP-F VT-FFB First Flight Couriers Chennai Airp... 0 crashed
11-Dec-99 British Aerospace ATP CS-TGM SATA Air Açores São Jorge Is... 35 crashed
19-Apr-97 British Aerospace ATP PK-MTX Merpati Nusantara near Tanjung Pand... 15 crashed
04-Apr-96 British Aerospace ATP   Biman Bangladesh Barisal Airp... 0 hijacked
23-Dec-90 British Aerospace ATP G-OATP Manx Airlines Isle Of Man-... 0 crashed