BEIJING—Mitsubishi Aircraft is working on improvements to the MRJ70, which will be the second version of the MRJ regional jet to enter service. The company hints at improvements in operating efficiency for that 76-seat version, though it is not moving delivery targets. The MRJ program is 80% through flight testing of the initial version, the MRJ90, which is designed to seat 88 passengers in an all-economy arrangement. So far, there have been no major surprises. The next phase is ...


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