Mitsubishi has brought Japan’s first passenger aircraft since the YS-11 more than 50 years ago, the MRJ-90, to the Paris Air Show. Shunichi Miyanaga, President and CEO of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries said “we have brought it here to demonstrate that the...
News from Japan today highlights the struggles at Mitsubishi Aircraft. The parent company has taken a much firmer hand at the MRJ program. Even though customers have either kept quiet or made encouraging noises, the program is not in great shape. The test fleet at...
The third flight test aircraft (FTA-3) of the MRJ fleet conducted its first flight on November 22, 2016. FTA-3 took off from Nagoya at 10:18 am and landed at 12:22 pm. The total flight time was 2 hours and 4 minutes (Preliminary figures). Meanwhile, late last week,...
The third attempt proved a charm as Mitsubishi Aircraft successfully landed it’s MRJ-90 regional jet at Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake, Washington. The aircraft had three stops along the way at New Chitose Airport Japan, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky...
Less discussed, so far, in terms of follow on impact of Delta’s decision to select the CS100 is its impact on the US regional airline market. Any discussion on the US regional airline market brings up the scope clause issue. This week the RAA has its annual...
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