Mitsubishi Aircraft has temporarily ceased MRJ90 flight testing at Moses Lake, Washington, where four prototype MRJ90s are based, so that it can incorporate changes needed for certification. Flying will resume in the near future, the company said, adding that making the modifications will not affect the latest development schedule of the regional jet. The aircraft are being used for ground testing while they are modified. In a brief statement, Mitsubishi Aircraft did not identify the ...

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