Mitsubishi Aircraft has brought in-house the production of tail parts of the SpaceJet regional aircraft that were formerly assigned to composites specialist Toray. The decision was made a year ago, a spokesperson said in response to a report published in the Nikkei newspaper that Toray had given up the work because profitability seemed too difficult to achieve amid repeated program delays. Toray was originally supposed to make parts of the composite tailplane. “It was a decision made ...

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