Maintenance and support for CRJ series aircraft appears to have been a key factor behind Mitsubishi’s Heavy Industries acquisition of the aircraft program from Bombardier. Under the long-heralded deal, Mitsubishi will pay $550 million from the regional jet program and assume about $200 million of debt. For that, it receives the CRJ type certificates as well as the related services and support network located in Montreal, Quebec, and Toronto, and its service centers located in West ...

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