PW1217G geared turbofan engine on West Palm Beach testbed. Photo: Courtesy, Pratt & Whitney. Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. Executive VP Junichi Miyakawa conceded last week that a number of airlines are more interested in the 100-seat MRJ100X, which has not yet been launched, than the 70-seat MRJ70 and 90-seat MRJ90 models the manufacturer is currently developing and producing. "Many [potential] European customers like the MRJ100X and would like just to have the 100X ...

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