Mitsubishi’s first MRJ90, which was positioning to the US for flight testing, has been forced to return to Tokyo because of an air management system fault. The Japanese manufacturer is planning to send four of its five test aircraft to Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake, Washington, to do the majority of their flight certification hours because flight testing is far more restricted in Japan. Originally, this was scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2016, or early 2017, ...

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