Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. said it has moved the Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ) static strength test aircraft from the final assembly line in Nagoya to a test station. The company will prepare the aircraft, one of two ground test aircraft that will be part of the MRJ testing program, for static strength tests to take place this summer. Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. last year postponed the MRJ’s first flight to the second quarter of 2015. First delivery is being targeted for the second ...

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