Mitsubishi Regional Jet is “seriously considering” a 100-seat model and has talked to several potential customers about it, says Junichi Miyakawa, executive VP of the Nagoya-based airframer. “We do have a lot of pressure,” particularly from European customers, to add an MRJ100X to a product mix that already includes the 70- and 90-seat MRJ70 and MRJ90, Miyakawa said May 17 at the Regional Airline Association's annual convention in Nashville, Tenn. His company, he added, is “studying so ...


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