The manufacturer increased its turnover to US$ 1.63 billion, an increase of 13% compared to the previous year (2012: 1.44 billion). Meanwhile, ATR continued to increase the pace of its deliveries, allowing it to achieve a new record with 74 aircraft delivered to customers during the year; an increase of 16% compared with 2012 deliveries (64) and 37% compared with 2011 deliveries (54). Alongside these results were sales of a total of 195 aircraft (89 firm orders and 106 options), giving ATR a backlog of 221 firm aircraft orders as of 31 December 2013.
The 89 firm sales, along with 106 options, came from 14 clients. These firm orders represent an increase of 20% compared to orders from the previous year. 2013 also confirmed the growing interest of leasing companies in ATR. In 2013 ATR has also received confidence renewal from some ten customers over the five continents. For over the past five years, ATR has accounted for nearly 85% of sales of all aircraft under 90 seats in the regions of Latin America and the fastest-growing countries in Southeast Asia, confirming their attractiveness to regional companies for developing their short-haul networks.