A version of this article appears in the May 12 edition of Aviation Week & Space Technology. The Mitsubishi Aircraft MRJ regional jet program, though running more than three years late, is at least showing strong signs of material progress: The first and second flight-test aircraft are in final assembly, the static strength test airframe is almost ready and an initial set of Pratt & Whitney PW1200 engines is due to arrive within a few weeks. Meanwhile, Mitsubishi Aircraft confirms it ...
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