MRJ Gear, Flaps To Operate After Second Flight

Credit: Mitsubishi Aircraft
BEIJING—Mitsubishi Aircraft plans to operate the landing gear and flaps of the first MRJ after its second flight, a spokesperson for the company tells Aviation Daily. The 1.5-hr. first flight—which departed from and returned to Nagoya Airport on Nov. 11—reached achieved a maximum speed of about 150...

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