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    L'MRJ muove i primi passi...



    Il primo volo dovrebbe avvenire nella settimana del 9 novembre, dopo un breve posticipo (era previsto questa settimana).

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    sembra molto un embraer...

    comunque è bello, e poi se non ci allungano la pista a FLR almeno avremo qualcosa di nuovo da vedere.... sempre che qualche europea se lo compri...

    sicuramente vedremo il SSJ visto che lo ha preso CityJet...

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    Personalmente preferisco esteticamente il SSJ, quando è previsto l'inizio dei test per il MRJ?
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    Ed infine il primo volo



    http://www.jetphotos.net/photo/8132246



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    Quanti ordini ci sono per questo aeromobile? Lo produrranno in due versioni (70-90) o solo una?
    quando la fortuna ragion contrasta, non c'è ragion che alla fortuna basta.

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    Lo prenderà Blu Express?

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    Quote Originariamente inviato da airport81 Visualizza il messaggio
    Lo prenderà Blu Express?
    Ah sicuro!

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    In occasione del Singapore Air Show primo LOI da parte di un lessor (Aerolease Aviation) per 10 MRJ90

    Aerolease Aviation signs LOI for 10 Mitsubishi Regional Jets
    http://atwonline.com/aircraft-engine...-regional-jets

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    MRJ test aircraft finally enroute to Moses Lake

    https://www.flightglobal.com/news/ar...s-lake-429780/

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    Foto in atterraggio a Moses Lake

    FG

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    Mitsubishi may delay MRJ’s delivery to ANA:
    http://www.aerotime.aero/en/civil/14...elivery-to-ana

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    Japan's first passenger jet just got a $2 billion bailout

    Hong Kong (CNN Business)The company leading Japan's attempt to enter the commercial jet market is getting a rescue package worth nearly $2 billion.

    Engineering giant Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHVYF) said Wednesday that it's pumping 170 billion yen ($1.5 billion) into Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. and also writing off 50 billion yen ($440 million) of loans.

    It's the latest stumble for the company that's building the 92-seater Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ). It was meant to deliver its first plane five years ago but still hasn't done so.
    Bailing out Mitsubishi Aircraft provides the funds needed to keep developing the passenger jet, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries said. As a result of the rescue, its stake in the aircraft company will increase from 64% to almost 87%.

    Mitsubishi Aircraft aims to eventually compete with Canada's Bombardier (BDRAF) and Brazil's Embraer (ERJ), which dominate the market for passenger jets with fewer than 100 seats. Among the carriers that have signed up to buy the MRJ are regional US airlines operated by Delta (DAL), American (AAL) and United (UAL).
    The project has suffered repeated delays. Last year, Mitsubishi said it doesn't expect to deliver the first jet until 2020, two years later than previously scheduled. The initial customer for the plane, Japan's All Nippon Airways (ALNPY), will receive its first delivery seven years later than originally planned.
    Greg Waldron, Asia Managing Editor at aviation industry site Flight Global, said the MRJ was hit by a number of design issues, such as complying with aircraft weight restrictions in the United States.

    The delays appear to have taken their toll on the project's finances. At the end of March, Mitsubishi Aircraft's liabilities exceeded its assets by 110 billion yen ($970 million). Its other prominent shareholders include Toyota (TM) and Japanese conglomerates Sumitomo (SSUMF) and Mitsui (MITSY), according to its website.
    "Breaking into airliner manufacturing is probably the most challenging thing a company or country can do," Waldron said. "Given the amount invested in the program, it makes sense for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to stick with it."

    https://edition.cnn.com/2018/10/31/b...jet/index.html

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    Japan's first passenger jet just got a $2 billion bailout

    Hong Kong (CNN Business)The company leading Japan's attempt to enter the commercial jet market is getting a rescue package worth nearly $2 billion.

    Engineering giant Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHVYF) said Wednesday that it's pumping 170 billion yen ($1.5 billion) into Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. and also writing off 50 billion yen ($440 million) of loans.

    It's the latest stumble for the company that's building the 92-seater Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ). It was meant to deliver its first plane five years ago but still hasn't done so.
    Bailing out Mitsubishi Aircraft provides the funds needed to keep developing the passenger jet, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries said. As a result of the rescue, its stake in the aircraft company will increase from 64% to almost 87%.

    Mitsubishi Aircraft aims to eventually compete with Canada's Bombardier (BDRAF) and Brazil's Embraer (ERJ), which dominate the market for passenger jets with fewer than 100 seats. Among the carriers that have signed up to buy the MRJ are regional US airlines operated by Delta (DAL), American (AAL) and United (UAL).
    The project has suffered repeated delays. Last year, Mitsubishi said it doesn't expect to deliver the first jet until 2020, two years later than previously scheduled. The initial customer for the plane, Japan's All Nippon Airways (ALNPY), will receive its first delivery seven years later than originally planned.
    Greg Waldron, Asia Managing Editor at aviation industry site Flight Global, said the MRJ was hit by a number of design issues, such as complying with aircraft weight restrictions in the United States.

    The delays appear to have taken their toll on the project's finances. At the end of March, Mitsubishi Aircraft's liabilities exceeded its assets by 110 billion yen ($970 million). Its other prominent shareholders include Toyota (TM) and Japanese conglomerates Sumitomo (SSUMF) and Mitsui (MITSY), according to its website.
    "Breaking into airliner manufacturing is probably the most challenging thing a company or country can do," Waldron said. "Given the amount invested in the program, it makes sense for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to stick with it."

    https://edition.cnn.com/2018/10/31/b...jet/index.html
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBjMgDeCyw4

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    Speriamo che non ci siano ulteriori ritardi.... potrebbe essere deleterio per il programma già problematico.
    Mi piacerebbe vederlo volare in livrea ANA ��
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    Storie di spionaggio industriale

    Bombardier refiles MRJ trade secret lawsuit

    Bombardier has dragged Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation America (MACA) back to federal court, refiling a lawsuit alleging theft of trade secrets related to CSeries certification and Global 7000 systems.
    The Montreal-based airframer has argued the Mitsubishi Regional Jet programme benefitted from those secrets.
    “Bombardier submitted an amended complaint which clarifies the relationship between the defendants and provides additional information on the harm that Bombardier suffered as a result of [Mitsubishi Aircraft’s] unlawful actions,” says Bombardier in a statement to FlightGlobal.
    “Bombardier will continue to enforce its rights and ensure that all wrongdoers are held accountable,” it adds.
    The refiled suit says the loss of staffers to the MRJ programme delayed certification of both the Global 7000, which Bombardier has since renamed the 7500, and the CSeries, which became the A220 after Bombardier sold majority programme ownership to Airbus in 2018.
    “As a result of the actions of defendants…Bombardier’s certification efforts for these aircraft were delayed by several months,” says the suit.
    Some 92 former Bombardier staff currently work on the MRJ programme, the manufacturer says in the suit.
    Mitsubishi Aircraft did not immediately respond to requests for comment but has previously said it denies wrongdoing and that a lawsuit will not affect MRJ certification.
    The case originated in October 2018 when Bombardier sued MACA, its Japan parent Mitsubishi Aircraft, US-based flight-testing company AeroTec and several former Bombardier employees.
    Bombardier alleged the former staffers stole trade secrets when leaving Bombardier to take jobs working on the MRJ programme, violating federal and Washington State trade secret laws.
    Earlier in April a federal judge tossed Bombardier’s claims against MACA, saying Bombardier failed to prove MACA knew about those secrets.
    The judge left in place counts against Mitsubishi Aircraft and gave Bombardier 15 days to refile, which Bombardier did in late April.
    The refiled suit argues MACA knew about the trade secrets and that Mitsubishi Aircraft used its corporate structure to shield affiliate MACA from liability. The companies are essentially one and the same, Bombardier alleges.
    “[MACA] employees recruited from Bombardier would know or have reason to know and recognise any Bombardier trade secret information being incorporated into MRJ certification,” says the refiled suit.
    “The facts of this case plainly show an unlawful misappropriation by [Mitsubishi Aircraft] and the other named defendants of Bombardier trade secrets to advance the certification of the MRJ aircraft”, says Bombardier’s statement to FlightGlobal.
    The former Bombardier employees allegedly stole CSeries certification reports related to airspeed indicating and static pressure systems, air temperature indicators and flight-testing data, Bombardier says.
    Employees also stole Global 7000 and 8000 secrets related to skew detection systems, Bombardier alleges.
    "Mitsubishi Aircraft maintains its position that Bombardier’s allegations are without merit," the airframer tells FlightGlobal. "Mitsubishi Aircraft is confident that it will ultimately prevail in defending itself from Bombardier’s unwarranted allegations, and that Bombardier’s actions will not adversely impact the development and entry into service of the MRJ or the success of the MRJ program." FG


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