The Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. MRJ90 flight test program has resumed after the Japanese manufacturer concluded last month’s engine shutdown incident, which led to the suspension of flight testing, was an “isolated” event. One of the four MRJ90 aircraft based at Mitsubishi Aircraft’s US test base in Moses Lake, Washington resumed flight testing last week, another flew Sept. 11 and the remaining two were expected to fly Sept. 12. The aircraft that experienced the ...

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