Mitsubishi Aircraft and suppliers are considering a faster production ramp-up and higher build rates for the MRJ regional jet to compensate for program delays and anticipated demand. The MRJ is already up to two years late. Originally scheduled for entry-into-service at the end of next year, the program initially was delayed to the first quarter of 2014 and now is promised for the second half of the Japanese fiscal year 2015, which could be as late as March 31, 2016. The delay is the ...
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