ZeroAvia and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries RJ Aviation Group (MHIRJ) expanded their partnership on the development of hydrogen-powered regional aircraft. MHIRJ, which is the former Bombardier CRJ business unit now owned by the Japanese company, will offer more technical...
It is months away before a formal request for proposals is issued but manufacturers are already angling for looming opportunities at flag carrier Uganda Airlines. The airline is feeling an acute gap in its fleet that it wants to be filled by what is being generally...
US start-up ZeroAvia has won a significant new customer and investor in United Airlines. Through its subsidiary United Airlines Ventures, the airline will invest $35 million in equity in ZeroAvia. It has also signed a conditional purchase agreement for fifty hydrogen...
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is acquiring the Canadair Regional Jet program from Bombardier. This transaction completes Bombardier’s aerospace transformation and refocuses the company on business aviation, while providing Mitsubishi with a customer service network,...
The PR states: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to Acquire Canadair Regional Jet Program from Bombardier Inc. MHI now positioned to transform and lead the underserved regional jet business, with bolstered customer support services Key step in MHI’s strategy of expanding...
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