Despite the impact of COVID-19 on our industry, aerospace manufacturers are still planning for the future, looking at potential future models and gaining a competitive edge on their competitors. But the business case, timing, and economics for those aircraft have...
Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation (MAC) didn’t wait until its scheduled Paris Air Show press conference on June 17 to unveil the re-badged SpaceJet, instead already giving away major details a few days earlier. The Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ) is dead, long live the...
A report in Nikkei Asian Review indicates that the Mitsubishi is reworking its regional jet program to create a 76 seat jet, that it will re-brand and launch at the Paris Air Show next month. SpaceJet is the reported new brand name. Mitsubishi, however, indicated...
Over the years Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation has announced numerous personnel changes within its MRJ regional jet aircraft program. This week their ‘update to the corporate organization’ includes a significant change: Head of Program Management Division and Program...
Yugo Fukuhara, Vice President and General Manager, Sales and Marketing for Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation, provided an update on the MRJ program at the Paris Air Show today, highlighting the Mitsubishi market forecast and competitive position of the MRJ. Mitsubishi...
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