MHI Wants A Japanese Airbus For Civil Aircraft Manufacturing

Credit: F-2: Jerry Gunner
BEIJING—Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) has proposed creation of a Japanese Airbus as an answer to what it calls a crisis in upper levels of the country’s civil aerostructures sector. The company, a builder of major airframe modules for Boeing and, formerly, complete fighters for the Japanese air...

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