If a commercial aircraft program is almost seven years late, managers have a chance to think again about design features. Actually, if the market has has changed significantly in that time, maybe they have to think again. This appears to be the situation that Mitsubishi Aircraft is in with its much-delayed MRJ regional jet—and more specifically with the 76-seat MRJ70 version, which will be the second in service and looks increasingly important. The company hints at improvements in ...


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