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The Super ATR can be found primarily in our Miami and San Juan operations where it is vitally important in its role serving the many Island Nations of the Caribbean, as well as the Bahamas and other important routes that are not feasible with jet service. The largest plane in the American Eagle fleet, the ATR is known for its flexibility and comfort.
While Carry-on capacity is limited to smaller briefcase and purse sized pieces, all American Eagle aircraft feature our popular planeside Valet service for those larger pieces of carry-on luggage.
The Super ATR serves more International routes than any other American Eagle fleet type, and can be seen throughout the Caribbean and Bahamas.
The Super ATR uses 1/3 less fuel than a similarly sized jet aircraft.
|Number of Engines:||2|
|Engine Type:||PW 127F|
|Engine Manufacturer:||Pratt & Whitney|
|Typical Cruising Altitude:||20,000 ft.|
|Typical Cruising Speed:||300 mph|
|Cabin Pressure:||Maximum 6.35 pounds per square inch|
|Aisle Width:||Main Cabin: 17.5"|
|Aft Cargo Door opening:||Height: 43"|
|Acceptable Kennel Sizes:||Type 400 series or smaller:|