Japan’s First Home-Made Jet Back in Hangar After Aborted TestsBy
Mitsubishi planes being checked again for airconditioner snag
MRJ, beset by delays, seeks to challenge Embraer, Bombardier
After two aborted test flights in as many days following a faulty air-conditioning system, Japan’s first locally built passenger jet was back for checks and fixes amid delays to a program aimed at challenging the dominance of Brazil’s Embraer SA and Canada’s Bombardier Inc.
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