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On 1 July 1989, ATR opened their new global training centre for the type in Toulouse, which provided centralised and modern facilities for the training to airline staff and other personnel across the world.
During June 1999, the ATR global training center became one of the first European institutions to be recognised as a Type Rating Training Organization (TRTO), as defined by the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA).
In what has become a Stop Press tradition, we again present our rundown of the big pitches, the big ideas, the big balls, the big stoushes, the big moves and the big whoopsies.
But this year, it comes with a few more bells, whistles and… Campaign of the Year Client/Agency Partnership of the Year Brand of the Year Whoopsie of the year Stoush of the Year Bravest Move of the Year Idea of the Year Move of the Year Account move of the Year Best Mascot of the Year Mashup of the Year Best Ad that's not an Ad Sage of the Year Human of the year Group of Humans of the Year Gone but not Forgotten Here at Stop Press, the final rundown of the year always gives our team an opportunity to stop and gaze back at the moments that defined another year in the industry.
This agreement signaled not only the merger of their efforts but of their separate concept designs together into a single complete aircraft design for the purpose of pursuing its development and manufacture as a collaborative joint venture.Developed by FCB, ‘Go Balls Out’ marked Testicular Cancer Awareness Month by challenging New Zealanders to get out on the streets, walk or run in the shape of a giant penis and testicles, share it on social media and challenge friends to do the same.‘Little can be Huge’Spark and Colenso BBDOEarlier this year, Spark launched a bold new brand platform via Colenso BBDO that demonstrates size doesn't matter when it comes to victories.Called ‘Little can be huge’, it provides an opportunity for the telco to demonstrate how its technology has a role to play in its customers' victories while also looking at the bigger picture.During September 1985, both the French Directorate General for Civil Aviation (DGCA) and the Italian Italian Civil Aviation Authority awarded type certification for the type, clearing it to commence operational service.
On 3 December 1985, the first production aircraft, designated as the ATR 42-300, was delivered to French launch customer Air Littoral; the first revenue service was performed later that same month.Type certification from French and Italian aviation authorities was granted during September 1985, and the aircraft performed its first revenue-earning flight, operated by launch customer Air Littoral, during December of that year.