Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. (MJET) will freeze the design of its 92-seat MRJ90 in the beginning of the fall as critical design review comes to an end, according to company executives speaking at the Farnborough International Airshow. “Our program is on time,” stressed President and CEO Hideo Egawa. The company already has begun fabricating small parts and plans to start cutting metal on larger structures at the beginning of the fall, he said. First flight of the MRJ90, which will be powered by ...
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