The turbo-prop conundrum: small market, high costs

ATR Turbo-prop. Photo via Google images.

Subscription Required Introduction ATR and Bombardier are incumbents. China has a home-market offering. Indonesia and India want to create a product. It’s the 60-seat and up turbo-prop market. It’s too many companies chasing too-small a market. Summary
  • The 20-year demand for 60-99 seat turbo-props is small.
  • Developing a new, clean-sheet design is costly.
  • There is a solid demand for an inexpensive 19-34 seat turbo-prop—but nobody is interested.

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