Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) has fully impaired costs and assets related to the SpaceJet regional jet program, making it ever more unlikely that the project will ever re-start again. The impairment of ¥80.599 billion ($573 million) is mentioned in MHI’s financial...
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) remains tight-lipped on the future of its SpaceJet commercial aircraft program but confirms to AirInsight that a restart is still under evaluation. The Japanese company has been winding down the program since 2020, but apparently,...
Without any prospect of a first delivery nor that of a first customer, US lessor Aerolease Aviation has had no option but to cancel its order for ten Mitsubishi SpaceJet M90s. Aerolease and Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation announced on January 8 that they ended the...
It was hailed at last year’s Paris Airshow as a clean sheet regional aircraft design particularly attractive to the US market, but the future of Mitsubishi’s SpaceJet M100 70-seater is in doubt after Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has suspended development work on the...
Mitsubishi performed the maiden flight of the first M90 with all the latest modifications on March 18. It has been a major milestone, as Flight Test Vehicle (FTV) 10 will have a significant role in the certification of the delayed regional jet. JA26MJ took off from...
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