Suppliers will provide platforms for new jet, just as they are doing for the 787
A cutting-edge engine design and composite wing are two of the technical features that Mitsubishi expects to distinguish the MRJ70/90 regional jet family in a crowded field. But as Japan’s biggest aerospace company moves forward with its Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ) ambitions, it’s benefiting from changes in sourcing and partnering that have swept across the industry, especially since Boeing introduced the 787. Despite that program’s slipped schedule, Boeing’s emphasis on selecting key ...
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