MITAC put out some news today: The MRJ is making steady progress in the initial stage of flight testing where one of the goals is to increase the altitude and speed. The highest altitude reached during testing to date has been 35,000ft (approx. 10,500m), and the top...
At the Singapore airshow, Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation and Aerolease Aviation, LLC announced that they have signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) for an order of ten firm MRJ90 aircraft with an option to an additional ten MRJ90 aircraft. Based on this LOI, both...
Mitsubishi recently announced the fourth delay to the MRJ program, EIS is now schedule for the second quarter of 2018. Since the initial three flights in November and, despite a resumption of flights last week, the company decided not to bring the aircraft to the...
After the December 24th briefing from Mitsubishi, we had some questions which we emailed to Japan. It is a tough time of the year to get people, but we were fortunate that the company had people in place and were sent these answers to the questions. Can you explain...
Mitsubishi announced their telegraphed delay overnight -MRJ delayed for a year. This the the slide deck the company provided: 20151224_Update on MRJ Development Status In its PR note the company states: “The first flight and the subsequent flight tests have...
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