Interest among European airlines in acquiring Mitsubishi Aircraft regional jets is focused primarily on a 100-seat version that the Japanese manufacturer has not officially launched, a senior executive with the Japanese manufacturer says. “The demand over there will be for the larger aircraft,” Howard Thrall, senior vice president of Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. America, said June 26 in Washington, where he was the featured speaker at a Japan International Transport Institute-hosted ...
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