Following up on our earlier story on Embraer’s campaign aimed at Lufthansa and LOT, we look at the competitive environment using North American and European airline data from skailark. What does EU regional fleet refreshing look like? Setting the stage, the...
Every reader is aware of the pressures US regional airlines are under. An aspect that warrants more attention is the fleet situation. The former Bombardier CRJ is now a Mitsubishi product. Mitsubishi, through its MHIRJ organization, is supporting this fleet and...
The US airline industry faces a hurdle found nowhere else, a Scope Clause that limits regional airlines to protect pilots at the Big Three Network airlines, American, Delta, and United. While this limit is seen as a sort of tyranny among airline managers, its...
Mitsubishi’s recent aerospace efforts show mixed results. The SpaceJet was fumbled pretty badly and cost the company a lot of money. The program is now in limbo. As a follow up to that program, and as a way to end a lawsuit with Bombardier, Mitsubishi bought the CRJ...
There are two sources for regional jets from Western sources. Embraer and, until recently, Mitsubishi. The latter has shrunk away from the market. Now what? Mitsubishi The Mitsubishi SpaceJet program has been plagued with upsets from the start. It has suffered...
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