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A Wider World: How Regional Jets Enable New Routes

Posted by The MRJ Team on Jul 18, 2018 5:55:00 PM

It seems faintly ridiculous now, but when the first regional jet was unveiled in the early 1990s, many in the airline industry thought it was an idea that simply wouldn’t fly.

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Topics: Design, Program Management Office, Environment, Passenger Experience

Flying the MRJ: a Pilot's Aircraft

Posted by The MRJ Team on Jul 17, 2018 12:20:00 PM


With best-in-class aerodynamics, a clean-sheet design and a new avionics suite, the Mitsubishi Regional Jet is an aircraft prepared to shape the future of regional aviation.

Thanks to these advantages, the MRJ operates more efficiently, quietly and comfortably, providing a piloting experience no other regional jet can match.

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Topics: Flight Testing, MRJ90, Program Management Office, Passenger Experience, FTA-4, Moses Lake Flight Test Center, New Standard

MRJ: Delivering Choice for the New Era in Regional Travel

The regional aviation market is in the midst of a substantial shift. With increased demand for point-to-point routes and rapid economic development in global markets, the industry is poised for enormous growth in the coming years. But challenges are evident as well. Regional operators will need to address aging fleets, corresponding maintenance cost increases and the effects of volatile (as of late, rising) fuel prices. And in the segment’s largest market, the United States, they will have to manage ongoing scope clause restrictions.

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Topics: Engineering, Craftsmanship, Design, Program Management Office, Environment, Passenger Experience, Farnborough International Airshow, New Standard