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A Vital But Neglected Market: Bringing New Value To Regional Aviation

Posted by Alex Bellamy, Chief Development Officer on May 28, 2019 12:00:00 PM

This is an exciting time for Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation. It has been a year of significant progress for us, from receiving Type Inspection Authorization and beginning type certification testing, to making investments to strengthen core commercial functions of our company. We’ve undertaken a great deal of hard, but productive, work optimizing our products and building the team that will bring them to market.

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Topics: MRJ Team, Program Management Office, Passenger Experience, Program Developments, New Standard

Leeham News: Mitsubishi Positioned to Become Major Regional Player

Posted by The MRJ Team on May 28, 2019 11:48:00 AM

As former mainstays in the regional market exit the segment, leaving operators with limited choices between legacy aircraft, Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation is preparing to enter service at the perfect time, reports aviation publication Leeham News and Analysis.

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Topics: MRJ Team, Program Management Office, Passenger Experience, Program Developments, New Standard

Mitsubishi Aircraft Opens New Headquarters in Renton, Washington

Posted by The MRJ Team on May 17, 2019 12:00:00 PM

As Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation prepares to showcase its latest progress on the aviation industry’s greatest stage at the 2019 Paris Air Show, the company is also turning its attention towards the future with the opening of a new U.S. headquarters, located in Renton, Washington.

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Topics: News Releases, MRJ Team, Program Management Office, Program Developments

The Air Current Highlights MRJ Progress Before Paris Air Show

Posted by The MRJ Team on May 15, 2019 1:15:00 PM

In a recent feature in his publication The Air Current, aviation journalist Jon Ostrower covered the latest progress of Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation, touching on many of the key milestones that have built momentum toward recent certification flight tests and set the stage for 2020 first delivery to ANA. Focused on the path toward certification, the long-term future of the program is bright.

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Topics: Paris Air Show, Program Management Office, Program Developments, New Standard