BAe, British Aerospace (BAE Systems) ATP / Jetstream 61

Regional Airliner

BAe ATP © Lee Archer
Photo ©: Lee Archer (photos at
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.
Passengersmax. 72
Propulsion2 Turboprop Engines
Engine ModelPratt & Whitney Canada PW126A
Engine Power (each)1978 kW2653 shp
Speed493 km/h266 kts
  306 mph
Service Ceiling7.620 m25.000 ft
Range1.824 km985 NM
1.134 mi.
Empty Weight14.193 kg31.290 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight23.678 kg52.200 lbs
max. Landing Weight23.133 kg51.000 lbs
Wing Span30,63 m100 ft 6 in
Wing Area78,3 m²843 ft²
Length26,00 m85 ft 4 in
Height7,14 m23 ft 5 in
First Flight01.04.1984
Production Statusout of production
Production Range1986-1992
Total Production64
Developed fromHawker Siddeley HS 748
Data for (Version)BAe ATP

[Photo-ID: 828] © Mike Vallentin 2008-06-02
BAe ATP, WestAir, LX-WAV, c/n 2041,© Mike Vallentin, 2008BAe
Reg.: LX-WAV
c/n: 2041
[Cologne / Köln-Bonn (EDDK / CGN)]
[Photo-ID: 5745] © Karsten Palt 2011-08-06
BAe ATP(F), Atlantic Airlines, G-BTTO, c/n 2033,© Karsten Palt, 2011BAe
Atlantic Airlines
Reg.: G-BTTO
c/n: 2033
[Leipzig/Halle (EDDP / LEJ)]
[Photo-ID: 1111] © Karsten Palt 2008-07-12
BAe ATP(F), Atlantic Airlines, G-MANH, c/n 2017,© Karsten Palt, 2008BAe
Atlantic Airlines
Reg.: G-MANH
c/n: 2017
[Bournemouth (EGHH / BOH)]