Mitsubishi Aircraft is upgrading avionics and flight-control software in its four U.S.-based MRJ90 prototypes while also making electrical harness changes related to a program delay announced last year. The fifth prototype of the regional jet, so far used only for ground testing at the company’s home base at Nagoya, Japan, will also be upgraded “to a certain configuration standard,” the company said, elaborating on the modifications being made to the MRJ90 flight-test ...

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