WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.—Embraer and Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. are conceding that the E175-E2 and MRJ90, respectively, will be unable to operate in the U.S. market at service entry, because both aircraft will be too heavy to meet scope-clause requirements in major airlines’ pilot labor contracts. Both manufacturers had held out hope that the scope clauses restricting American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines from contracting regional flying on an aircraft with a ...


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