Regional air jet

The Mitsubishi Regional Jet ( Japanese : 三菱リージョナルジェット ), or MRJ for short, is a twin-engine regional jet aircraft seating 70–90 passengers manufactured by Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation , a partnership between majority owner Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and minority owner Toyota Motor Corporation [5] with design assistance from Toyota affiliate Subaru Corporation , itself already an aerospace manufacturer. The MRJ will be the first airliner designed and produced in Japan since the NAMC YS-11 of the 1960s, which was produced at a loss. [6] [7]

The first flight of the MRJ was in November 2015. [8] After several delays, deliveries are now scheduled to start by mid-2020. [1]

In 2003 the Japanese government started a five-year, ¥50 billion ($420 million) research program to study an indigenous regional jet for 30 to 90 passengers, led by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI). [9] In 2004 MHI was focused on a 2m high by 2.8m-wide, four-seat abreast cabin , seating 30 to 50 passengers, and was hoping to fly a prototype in 2007 and deliver the first aircraft in 2010. [10] In 2005 it switched to a larger 70-90 seat category. [11]

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FAA instrument procedures published for use from 19 July 2018 at 0901Z to 16 August 2018 at 0900Z.

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