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    Predefinito Mitsubishi MRJ



    Non mi pare se ne sia già parlato sul forum, segnalo in ogni caso che Mitsubishi intende lanciare un nuovo regional jet nel range dei 70/90 posti.

    http://www.mrj-japan.com/

    Il cliente di lancio dovrebbe essere ANA con un ordine per 30 macchine.

    09/01/2008 20.01
    Ana primo cliente per il nuovo Mitsubishi Regional Jet

    In attesa di immettere in flotta il primo B787 della storia, Ana potrebbe diventare anche il cliente di lancio del nuovo regional jet progettato dalla Mitsubishi. Secondo un lancio dell'agenzia giapponese JiJi, il vettore potrebbe, infatti, ordinare 30 esemplari del nuovo jet da 70-90 passeggeri, chiamato al momento Mitsubishi Regional Jet (Mrj). L'ultima decisione verrà presa in primavera, con l'inizio dei voli commercaili nel 2012. Per raggiungere il breakeven Mitsubishi Heavy deve vendere circa 350 unità di questo aeromobile, visto che per il progetto servono investimenti per almeno 1,4 miliardi di dollari

    TTGItalia

    Ecco qualche screenshot dal sito:











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    Una fotocopia della Eseries!
    Signori si nasce.

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    Mi sembra l'ideale per FLR, come caratteristiche mi sembra migliore di Embraer.
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    Esteticamente anche se simile nell'impostazione ( ma ormai mi sembra cosa comune), lo trovo più accattivante dell'Embraer. Se poi si vanno a vedere certi parametri (corsa al decollo e all'atterragio) direi che nasce con l'intenzione di operare anche da piste abbastanza corte il che non è poco!!. Vista la sua storia, sopratutto in campo aeronautico, non credo che alla Mitsubishi manchino i numeri per produrre un buon aereo.

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    Anche se sono monotono, vorrei sapere, se possibile, il motivo per cui EMBRAER produce aerei da 40/50 posti che hanno
    bisogno di piste oceaniche per operare. Credo che nel mondo ci siano aeroporti con le caratteristiche di FLR (o similari)e che una societa' con le caratteristiche di EMBRAER non ne abbia tenuto conto.
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    miiiii sembra fatto apposta per la pista di liri

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    Dopo il 787, l'MRJ... ANA di nuovo launch customer, mentre JAL si cucca gli Embraer 170. Effettivamente le performance del MRJ sembrano migliori dell'Embraer, vedremo se JAL cambierà idea o meno... Ricordo che entrambi attualmente possiedono il DHC-Q400 come a/m di pari capacità.

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    Esteticamente, e sulla carta molto bello, anche se in realtà sarà difficile vedere un musetto così appuntito, quindi, sono abbastatnza sicuro che in realtà sarà ancora più simile alla serie E Embraer.
    La concorrenza fa solo bene all'economia!

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    Decision on MRJ stretch will take 'one or two years'
    By Niall O’Keeffe



    Mitsubishi Aircraft (MAC) will decide on whether to launch formally a stretch version of the MRJ "in one or two years", but has yet to determine a list price for the proposed 100-seat variant, according to its director of marketing Yugo Fukuhara.

    Speaking on the sidelines of the ERA General Assembly in Interlaken, Switzerland, Fukuhara said that launch of the stretch version was "subject to demand and business case".

    The stretch's seat capacity has been set at 100 for two reasons, explains Fukuhara: 100 is the maximum number of seats that can be flown with just two cabin attendants, and demand in the 101-110-seat market is considered by MAC to be "very limited".

    The stretch, which would join the 88-seat MRJ 90 and 76-seat MRJ 70, was first mooted as part of a comprehensive programme revamp revealed in September, following a preliminary design review and customer discussions that ran between April and August.

    The revamp brought a host of changes intended to "accommodate customer requirements and reflect design progress". These included a switch from carbon-fibre composite wing boxes to aluminium ones. "The weight reduction by applying carbon fibre to the MRJ's size of wing was less than expected," explains Fukuhara.

    A division of MAC manufactures composite wing boxes for the Boeing 787, but senior vice president of sales and marketing Yosuke Takigawa stresses that the US airframer's programme delays were not a factor in its decision to amend the MRJ's design.

    Where previously the MRJ 70 and 90 were intended to share a common wing, the plan now is develop a lighter version of the MRJ 90 wing for the 70 and a strengthened version for the stretch.

    Changes to the fuselage design included a heightening of the cabin, allowing larger overhead bins, and a switch from two cargo compartments (one aft and one forward) to just one (an enlarged aft compartment).

    Earlier this month US regional carrier Trans State Holdings signed a letter of intent to take up to 100 MRJ aircraft (50 firm, with 50 options). This followed a launch order from All Nippon Airways (ANA) in March 2005. The ANA order comprised 15 firm aircraft and 10 options.

    First flight of an MRJ is due in 2012, with first delivery scheduled for 2014. The MRJ 90, which has a list price of $40 million, will come to market first, with the MRJ 70 ($34 million) following a year later.

    MAC intends to support the aircraft itself, with support from programme partners Boeing and Saab. It has made applications to the Federation Aviation Administration (FAA), European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and Japanese regulator JCAB for type certification, and plans to downselect pilot training partners by the end of this year.

    While acknowledging that the USA is "still the biggest market" for regional jets, Takigawa says that MAC "continues to talk to airlines around the globe".

    Fukuhara believes that MRJs could replace turboprops in some areas thanks to their "better economics".

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    Predefinito Leasing firm ANI signs MOU for five Mitsubishi MRJs

    Riesumo questo thread per segnalare un nuovo ordine (MoU) per 5 MRJ:

    Leasing firm ANI signs MOU for five Mitsubishi MRJs
    By Siva Govindasamy

    Hong Kong-based leasing company ANI Group Holdings has inked a memorandum of understanding to buy five Mitsubishi MRJ regional jets.

    ANI is a unit of Aero Nusantara Indonesia, an Indonesian maintenance, repair and overhaul firm that also leases aircraft to five carriers in the country.

    The leasing company has not said whether it is taking the MRJ70 or MRJ90 variant. However, it said that it could order an additional 20 MRJs when Mitsubishi expands to cover the 100-seat class. The MRJ100 is still being studied and Mitsubishi has not made a decision on whether it would go ahead with the variant.

    "We are very proud to be the first client for the MRJ in Asia outside of Japan. Indonesia is a rapidly developing market. Since this country is formed by more than 17,000 islands, has a population of more than 240 million people, and has a rapidly growing economy, airplane travel from city to city will undoubtedly increase as time goes on. Regional jets will therefore be essential for Indonesia," said ANI.



    "We are expecting that the MRJ would form a family of competitive aircraft and we are considering an additional order of 20 when MRJ family is expanded to cover the 100-seat class. We are looking forward to receiving the MRJ and beginning operations in Indonesia."

    Mitsubishi said that the deal with ANI will help it to market the MRJ in Asia.

    "We have been strengthening our sales activities in the fast-growing Asian market. We are very excited to have ANI Group Holdings as our customer. We hope our next-generation MRJ regional jet will contribute to the business at ANI Group Holdings. This new order has encouraged us to boost our sales activities not only in Asia but in other world markets as well," said Mitsubishi Aircraft president Hideo Egawa.

    Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA), which helped launch the MRJ programme, has a firm order for 15 aircraft and 10 options. Trans States Holdings in the USA has a firm order for 50 MRJs and 50 options.

    The MRJ is scheduled to make its first flight in the second quarter of 2012, with first delivery to ANA scheduled for the first quarter of 2014.
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    Qualche notizia sullo sviluppo ?

    Ho trovato questo video che nn mi sembra sia stato postato.
    Mi sembra un E-jet ...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZTTa...e_gdata_player

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    Bel video, ed anche bell'aereo. L'unica cosa che mi turba un po' è la corposa quantità di aerei attualmente sul segmento. Ci sarà pane per tutti? Boh!

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    Scusate l'ignoranza ma in questo segmento sembrano tutti uguali o quasi.
    http://cockpit.airlines-manager.com/...estion/649.jpg

    Forse un bacio di rose,in fondo ad un bicchier di vino.

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    JAL firma LOI per 30 MRJ:

    Aug 28, 2014JAL decides to introduce MRJ as next-generation regional jet






    TOKYO, August 28, 2014 - Japan Airlines Co., Ltd. (JAL) and Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) to order thirty-two Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ) aircraft, as the next-generation regional jet for the JAL Group. JAL plans to deploy the MRJ on domestic routes from 2021, operated by J-AIR, the group's 100% owned regional airline subsidiary.



    Mitsubishi Aircraft has made steady progress on the development of the MRJ, Japan’s first passenger jet, which is scheduled first delivery in 2017. As a network carrier that also operates regional jets, the JAL aims to contribute to the birth of this passenger jet that Japan boasts to the world, by not just operating the MRJ, but also providing comprehensive support.



    Equipped with newly-developed Geared Turbofan engine, the MRJ will achieve significantly lower operating costs than current regional jets. JAL will operate the MRJ as the core aircraft on its regional routes, and remains committed to improving products and service quality from the passengers’ point of view and developing more convenient networks. The MRJ will support JAL explore a new era of air travel.






    About MRJ
    Mitsubishi Regional Jet is a family of 70~90-seat next-generation aircraft featuring the Pratt & Whitney’s revolutionary PurePower® engine and state-of-the-art aerodynamics to drastically reduce fuel consumption, noise, and emissions, while offering top-class operational benefits, an outstanding cabin designed for heightened passenger flying comfort, and large overhead bins.





    Principal Characteristics

    MRJ70 MRJ90
    Length 33.4m 35.8m
    Width 29.2m 29.2m
    Height 10.4m 10.4m
    Engine type P&W PW1215G P&W PW1217G
    Maximum Operating Mach Number 0.78 0.78
    Passengers (typical single class) 78 92
    Range (reference) Approx. 3,380km (MRJ70LR) Approx. 3,310km (MRJ90LR)

















    20140828-JAL decides to introduce MRJ as next-generation regional jet_final_r1.pdf
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    sono molto curioso di vedere come sarà..è da parecchio che la Mitsubishi manca dai cieli.
    per ora mi piace!

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    L'ordine di JAL è stato confermato, per 32 macchine, con consegne a partire dal 2021.

    http://www.flightglobal.com/news/art...rcraft-408364/

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    Il primo esemplare è pronto ed ha fatto il rollout a gennaio
    http://www.airliners.net/photo/Mitsu...da0b9d265a0bf7
    FCO-CIA-TUN-STN-VIE-PRG-SXF-MAD-CRL-BCN-BGY-MXP-NRT-JFK-EWR-AMS-NTE-VRN

    Le mie foto su Jetphotos.net

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    Questo è il video del roll-out avvenuto il 18/10/2014 link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OFUc5bEDe4
    Prego di notare la classe e soprattutto l'ordine dei giapponesi, prima di coloro che hanno lavorato alla realizzazione del progetto (con i due progettisti a capo) e poi dei 3 addetti al ground, da elogio

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    Sembra cattivo.

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    in realta' non centra molto ,ma che fine hanno fatto i sukoi (100 mi sembra)??

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    come la pubblicità di alcuni anni fa, Mitsubishi mi stupisci.

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    Quote Originariamente inviato da flyontime Visualizza il messaggio
    in realta' non centra molto ,ma che fine hanno fatto i sukoi (100 mi sembra)??
    Ordinati qualcosa in più di 300, consegnati più o meno il 10%.

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    ok

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    Aggiornamento sullo stato dello sviluppo e roll out dell'MRJ:
    http://www.mrj-japan.com/press_relea...ws_150410.html

    MRJ Development Status
    And Progress of Preparations towards Full-fledged Manufacture


    Nagoya, April 10, 2015 –
    Today Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) and Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation jointly released their latest status report concerning progress in developing the MRJ (Mitsubishi Regional Jet), their next-generation regional jet. Simultaneously they also reported on the current state of preparations for expanding production bases towards inauguration of the new aircraft’s manufacture. Details are outlined below. Going forward, progress will be periodically disclosed.

    1. Start of business operations under a new structure
    Effective April 1 MHI and Mitsubishi Aircraft launched a new management structure to facilitate transition of the MRJ project from the development stage to the manufacturing phase, and under the new framework initiatives are moving forward towards more unified operations. Prior to inauguration of the new structure, in January Mitsubishi Aircraft relocated its complete Head Office functions to the Nagoya Airport Terminal Building (Toyoyama-cho, Aichi Prefecture) next to where the MRJ’s final assembly, ground testing and flight test are performed. Relocation to this site has resulted in a highly efficient business operating structure.

    2. Progress status of aircraft development

    Presently static strength testing and manufacture of the second and subsequent flight test aircraft are all proceeding smoothly. In order to fully incorporate the verification results of the various ground tests and related feedback into the first flight test aircraft, the timing of the first flight has been reviewed and is now scheduled for September or October of this year. Going forward, MHI and Mitsubishi Aircraft will implement intensive flight test after the first flight and accelerate manufacture of the aircraft towards first delivery, as scheduled, during the second quarter of 2017. Along with all other procedures, we will seamlessly proceed with the preparation of a high-level customer support system.

    3. Progress of base expansion scheme in preparation for volume manufacturing

    The comprehensive production base expansion scheme that was announced by MHI in February 2014 has been finalized as detailed below, aiming at full utilization of MHI’s production facilities for manufacture of the MRJ.

    (1) The new plant being constructed on a site previously owned by Aichi Prefecture adjacent to Nagoya Airport will perform final assembly, outfitting and painting to bring the new airplane to completion.
    (2) MHI’s Kobe Shipyard & Machinery Works will integrally produce parts for wings, which will be brought to the Nagoya Aerospace Systems Works’ Tobishima Plant (Ama District, Aichi Prefecture) for fabrication on dedicated assembly lines being newly constructed.
    (3) In tandem with these initiatives, a production collaboration association to produce aircraft parts will be established, and a cluster is in the process of being formed at the Matsusaka Plant in Mie Prefecture, to undertake integrated production of parts for commercial aircraft in a collaborative manner.
    (4) Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Aero Engines, Ltd. in Komaki, Aichi Prefecture, a group company of MHI, will perform final assembly of the MRJ’s engines.
    (5) To control and manage the physical distribution of the vast number of items involved, a real-time network linking all production facilities in Japan and worldwide suppliers will be established.

    The MRJ is a family of 70- to 90-seat next-generation regional jets under development by Mitsubishi Aircraft. The MRJ will offer substantially higher fuel efficiency combined with reductions in noise and emissions, and also provide spacious cabin comfort on a level unprecedented in regional jets to date. Orders have already been received for 407 units of the MRJ (223 firm), and the MRJ’s rollout ceremony was held last October.

    Going forward, MHI and Mitsubishi Aircraft will continue devoting their collective resources towards the successful completion of the MRJ project as a significant contribution to the development of the aviation industry.


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    Mitsubishi to establish Seattle MRJ engineering center

    Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. plans to establish an engineering center in Seattle to supportMitsubishi Regional Jet(MRJ) flight testing in the US.
    By the 2016 second quarter, four of the five flight test MRJs are expected to be flying in the US. MRJ flight testing in the US will be based at Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake, Washington.
    Speaking Tuesday at the Regional Airline Association (RAA) convention in Cleveland, Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. VP and GM-sales and marketing Yugo Fukuhara said the Seattle center, to be established later this year, will employee 150 engineers, 50 of whom will be dispatched from Japan. The other 100 engineers will be “local experts” hired from the US, Fukuhara said.
    First flight of the MRJ, originally planned for 2012, is now slated for September or October of this year. Four of the five MRJ flight test aircraft will move to the US after initial flight tests in Japan. In addition to the Moses Lake base, Gunnison–Crested Butte Regional Airport in Colorado will be used for high altitude flight tests and Roswell International Air Center in New Mexico will be used for special runway tests.
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