Being Into Life means exploring the world with the turn of a propeller to open up new frontiers. Connecting any remaining isolated areas to the rest of the world, continually stretching the boundaries of knowledge and technology, going to discover faraway cultures ... Immediate boarding to destination unknown!
Sukhothai has been able to grow and diversify its economy beyond rice farming, thanks to the ATR air service, leading to growing living standards.See more
A year ago, the Malaysian hotel group Berjaya Hotels & Resorts purchased two second-hand ATR 42s in order to fly its customers from Kuala Lumpur to its resorts on Redang Island. Fasten your seatbelts: Into Life offers you a virtual voyage of discovery to find out more about Malaysia.See more
On 9 October 2019, ATR officially launched the ATR 42-600S. S for STOL, or Short Take-Off and Landing, the new variant able to take off and land on runways a mere 800 metres long. Air Tahiti will be the first airline to operate this new version.See more
Cartography, aerial photography, delivering humanitarian supplies—professional drone applications are constantly developing. In remote villages in Africa, as well as in the crowded streets of Western cities, drones are now saving lives by transporting equipment, medicines, and delivering medical samples.See more