Japan Airlines (JAL) has finalized an order for 32 Mitsubishi Regional Jets (MRJs), which will replace some of its regional fleet from 2021. Last August, JAL signed a letter of intent (LOI) with Mitsubishi for 32 MRJs, although the split between the 78-seat MRJ70 and the 92-seat MRJ90 was not disclosed. In a statement issued Wednesday, JAL and Mitsubishi said the LOI was converted into a firm order on Jan. 28. Deliveries will begin in 2021, although the split between variants remains ...

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