Increased demand for Boeing full-freighters and Bombardier business jets have pushed order intakes up at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI). The Aerostructures business received ¥67.6 billion in orders in HY1 of the financial year 2022 compared to ¥57.4 billion in 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...
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...
It’s always good to get the US DoT’s T-2 update. This may be one of the most useful datasets as it has lots of the metrics we use for modeling. Here’s an example of the fleet fuel burn, now updated through 1Q22. The aircraft are listed in...
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...
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