|Quoting HAWK21M (Reply 1):|
New Aircraft on way to India most likely.
|Quoting VictorTango (Reply 7):|
Possibly new delivery.
|Quoting Srbmod (Reply 8):|
Like I mentioned previously, it has been rumored that ASA is looking to replace their older 72s with either the newer ATR 72-212A or the Dash 8-Q400 (IMHO, if the rumors are true, it would make more sense to go for the ATR 72-212As since they are already an ATR operator).
|Quoting Litz (Reply 12):|
Going on this premise, one could assume it was here for a "look-see" visit ...
That's a long way to bring a turboprop for a "look-see" ...
|Quoting Srbmod (Reply 15):|
Quoting DAL767400ER (Reply 13):
Main difference are the engines, which provide more thrust, consume less, and IIRC, also produce less noise.
Don't forget about the 5-bladed prop........
|Quoting Peachair (Reply 9):|
This aircraft departed ATL at 1730EDT this afternoon (15 June 06). I was lucky enough to get a shot early this morning. Here is a shot I posted on my website:
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