Japan introduces MRJ as next-generation regional jet

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    Japan introduce MRJ as next-generation regional jet
    First Japan passenger jet in 4 decades rolling out - StamfordAdvocate

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    In this June 26, 2014 photo, Mitsubishi's new regional jet MRJ is at the company's Komaki south plant in Komaki, central Japan. The first made in Japan passenger jet in four decades reaches a development milestone later this week. Photo: Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp, AP

    TOKYO (AP) — The first made in Japan passenger jet in four decades reaches a development milestone later this week.

    A "rolling out" ceremony in Nagoya, central Japan on Saturday will unveil the long awaited Mitsubishi Regional Jet, or MRJ, a fuel-efficient lightweight carbon-fiber composite passenger plane.

    Major Japanese machinery maker Mitsubishi Heavy Industries says the MRJ90 will seat 88 people, while the MRJ70 will seat 76, and the planned MRJ100X will have 100 seats.

    The plane is billed as fuel-efficient, quiet and green, with a comfortable cabin of relatively wide seats and high ceilings.

    The first flight is planned for the second quarter of next year, with test flights to follow totaling 2,500 hours, and the first deliveries are set for 2017.

    MRJ has received 191 orders, from All Nippon Airways, Trans State Holdings, SkyWest, Air Mandalay and Eastern Air Line with 184 additional purchase options.

    Japan Airlines announced in August it will buy 32 of the jets, with deliveries set for 2021, although the final deal has not yet been inked.

    The MRJ is Japan's first nationally funded, domestically manufactured passenger aircraft since the YS-11, a turboprop airplane that was discontinued in 1973.

    Mitsubishi has struggled to obtain orders, and initially attracted almost no interest even though it approached dozens of potential customers.

    The regional-jet industry targets mostly North American and European markets, and is expected to be lucrative. But competition is intense, including from the Embraer E-Jet family and CRJ700 and CRJ900 from Bombardier, as well as newcomers.

    More than 5,000 deliveries of regional jets are expected over the next 20 years, according to Mitsubishi, whose aircraft division is called Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp.

    Japan's regional rival China has two commercial jet aircraft projects underway, the first of which, the ARJ21, is now ready for delivery, according to manufacturer Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, also known as Comac. The plane, with room for up to 90 passengers, had been promised for 2007, but technical problems led to years of delay.

    Comac's larger single-aisle C919 is even more ambitious, intended to compete with Boeing's 737 and the Airbus A320, with room for as many as 168 passengers and a range of up to 5,100 kilometers (3,200 miles). The plane's official delivery date hasn't been announced.

    Mitsubishi and other Japanese manufacturers are longtime partners with U.S. airplane maker Boeing Co., and made main components for the 787 Dreamliner.

    But having a home grown jet is a source of pride in Japan, whose prized aircraft creations have included the wartime Zero fighter.

    Major automaker Honda Motor Co. is planning its own jet, the HondaJet, its first foray into aeronautics, although it's much smaller, seating only several passengers. A production model went on display earlier this year, and it's aiming to go into service next year.

    The MRJ engine is supplied by Pratt & Whitney, a unit of United Technologies.

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    Car maker Honda unveils first business jet - Business Insider

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    Asia on horizon: Honda targets US business jet market- Nikkei Asian Review

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    TOKYO -- Honda Motor's long-held dream of becoming an aircraft manufacturer is coming true. The company is banking on long-term growth in the Asian business jet market to underpin its foray into aviation. For now, however, it is focused on North America, by far the largest market for small private aircraft.

    "No plane, no gain," Honda says, in a play on words of the English proverb. And that means heading across the Pacific. North America accounts for some 70% of the 29,000 business airplanes being operated in the world and half of annual shipments of such craft in terms of value.

    U.S. companies tend to see quick decision-making as vital for success. Private jets are indispensable because their speed helps executives get to places faster and thus make better management decisions, according to the National Business Aviation Association.

    More than 70% of the Fortune 500 companies and their top executives own private business jets, according to the association.

    Honda wants to sell to these highfliers. Its 13-meter-long jet, with a wingspan of 12 meters, has a flying range of 2,185km. Its principal rivals are light business jets offered by Cessna Aircraft of the U.S. and Embraer of Brazil.

    Pulling ahead

    Michimasa Fujino, president of Honda Aircraft, is confident in the aircraft's sales outlook. It has "met the criteria for the latest safety certification," he said. "It is reliable and competitive."

    The jet's maximum cruise speed is 778kph, faster than Cessna's mainstay Citation Mustang, which can cruise at up to 630kph.

    Atsukuni Waragai, president of Honda Aero, which manufacturers engines for the aircraft, points to a longer maintenance cycle as another advantage. HondaJet engines require regular maintenance only after 5,000 hours of flight time. "That's twice longer than the maintenance intervals for competitors," he said.

    But the performances of the aircraft alone do not guarantee success. The quality of after-sales services is equally important. Honda needs to set up maintenance locations across the U.S., as well as offer customer services such as emergency repair and consulting on operation management.

    Honda is behind Cessna and Embraer in these areas. The company may work with aircraft makers whose main products are not in direct competition with Honda in the U.S., such as Gulfstream Aerospace and Canada's Bombardier, to offer services, said Shinji Sasaki of Marubeni Aerospace.

    Long game

    Despite the overwhelming size of the U.S. market, Honda is already looking beyond it and to Asia.

    Global sales of business jets in 2014 hit $22 billion, more than twofold jump from a decade ago. Riding on this market growth, the jet is off to a good start. Honda has already received more than 100 orders for the aircraft, mainly in North America.

    The company, however, is making sure it does not depend too heavily on the U.S. market. China has emerged as a crucial market for business jet makers. It recently opened up its doors to foreign business jet makers.

    At the Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition 2015, held in Shanghai between April 14 and 16, China's civil aviation authority said it will allow maintenance work and parts supplies for U.S.-based business jets to take place in China.

    U.S. aircraft had previously had to be repaired and maintained in nearby countries such as Singapore, even in emergencies. Chinese authorities eased the regulations in response to the rapid increase in the number of private business aircraft flying between China and the U.S.

    The number of such airplanes owned by Chinese companies and individuals has soared sixfold from 2008 to more than 300. The number is expected to rise to around 1,000 in the next 10 years.

    Catching up

    Beijing had previously adopted U.S. rules on business jet operations, management and safety certification, which drove forward the Chinese market, according to Makoto Tsunogae, managing director and secretary of Japan Business Aviation Association.

    China decided that if it tried to develop a regulatory system for business jets from scratch, it would not be able to keep up with market growth.

    Gulfstream leads in the Chinese market. The number of Gulfstream airplanes owned in China increased sixfold in five years to 94 in 2014. The company in 2012 established an after-sales service center in Beijing, where a staff of 25 works to meet the needs of customers.

    Embraer has also set up a Chinese unit to offer repair and consulting services.

    The fuel-efficient HondaJet has a good chance of taking a respectable share in Asia's business jet market, which will overtake Latin America to become the world's third largest by 2020, said Fujino.
     
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    Japan is getting proactive in many fields it appears.

    Resurgent Japan?
     
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    Mitsubishi Regional Jet makes maiden flight at Nagoya

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    NAGOYA – Japan’s first domestically produced passenger jet made its maiden flight at Nagoya airport Wednesday after a series of production delays.

    The Mitsubishi Regional Jet was developed by Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp., a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. It had made a successful test run at the airport in Aichi Prefecture at takeoff speed on Saturday.

    The small narrow-body aircraft has become the first passenger airliner manufactured in Japan since the YS-11 turboprop was rolled out half a century ago.

    Mitsubishi Aircraft had initially been arranging for a first flight in May but postponed it to review part of the plane’s design. The maiden flight was then arranged for late October but postponed again as the cockpit pedals needed to be improved.

    The 35-meter-long twin-engine aircraft will have 70 to 90 seats and be around 20 percent more fuel efficient than similar-sized jets from competitors.

    The jetliner has a range of around 3,800 km, covering the distance between Tokyo and Shanghai or Taipei.


    Mitsubishi Aircraft has received orders for a total of 407 MRJs from domestic and foreign carriers. The launch customer, Japan’s largest airline, All Nippon Airways Co., is scheduled to take delivery of the passenger jet between April and June of 2017.

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    Mitsubishi Regional Jet takes flight


    Entering the market of large passenger jets, now dominated by Boeing and the Airbus Group, would be a daunting task. But if Mitsubishi Aircraft carves out a place in the smaller passenger jet market, Japan’s aviation industry can finally shed its subcontractor status in the development and manufacture of passenger jets.
    If Mitsubishi Aircraft, which hopes to eventually take a 50 percent share of the estimated 5,000 plane orders in the coming 20 years, is successful, the project will have another significant impact. Because the MRJ consists of 1 million parts, compared with just 30,000 parts for the average automobile, the number of companies supplying parts for aircraft production will be much greater. Thus the MJR project will likely create new job opportunities for many small and medium-size suppliers.

    But Mitsubishi Aircraft shouldn’t be overly optimistic about its prospects. Not much time is left before the scheduled first delivery to All Nippon Airways. The MRJ’s maiden flight had to be postponed five times due to technical problems. The key to the project’s success is successfully carrying out test flights — 2,500 hours in total and mostly done in the United States — and passing the transport ministry’s safety tests for type certification.

    One strong feature of the MRJ is that it is equipped with geared turbofan engines built by the Pratt & Whitney unit of United Technologies Corp., making the aircraft at least 20 percent more fuel-efficient than existing similar planes. But this advantage is expected to be reduced to less than half by the fuel efficient E2 passenger aircraft being developed by Brazil’s Embraer SA, which is to be delivered in 2018.

    The MRA has so far won 407 orders — from ANA, Japan Airlines and airlines in North America — while the E2 has received 640 orders. Since the MRJ’s price is relatively high compared with rival planes — about ¥5.8 billion for the 90- seat version — Mitsubishi Aircraft may face pressure to lower its delivery prices. As of the end of 2014, the global market for small passenger planes with 30 to 110 seats was dominated by Embraer and Canada’s Bombardier Inc., which together occupy an 84 percent share. Russian and Chinese makers are also entering the market.

    Although the competition will be fierce, the success of the MRJ project can help turn the domestic aviation sector into a leading industry and stimulate Japan’s manufacturing industry as a whole. The present small size of the nation’s aviation industry means that there is great room for growth. Mitsubishi Aircraft should mobilize all of its available know-how and resources to lay the foundation for expansion of the aviation industry, including the establishment of a reliable service system for overseas clients. The government, for its part, should extend necessary support since the development, manufacturing and sale of passenger planes is too big a project for the private sector to handle alone.

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    @amoy Japan has two projects, China has two and and we have two in planning stage.
    Are there any other civilian plane projects in East other than these?
     
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    Only aware S.Korea did plan to partner with Airbus for development of military AND civilian helicopters. If beyond the East, in BRICS, also ~~

    BRAZIL: indicated in the last post MRJ of Japan sees E2 by its Embraer as a strong competitor.
    RUSSIA: Illyushin to resume mass poduction of IL-96

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    Embraer will roll out the E2 on February 25
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    São José dos Campos, Brazil, December 23, 2015 - Embraer will roll out the first jet of the second generation of the E-Jets family of commercial aircraft, the E-Jets E2, on February 25, 2016. The ceremony will take place at Embraer headquarters, in São José dos Campos, and the model to be presented is the E190-E2, which has its first flight scheduled for the second half of 2016 and entry into service in 2018. The other two aircraft of the second generation, the E195-E2 and E175-E2, are scheduled to enter service in 2019 and 2020, respectively.

    It will be gratifying to see the first E190-E2 leave the hangar towards the tests that will lead to the inaugural flight, said Paulo Cesar Silva, President & CEO, Embraer Commercial Aviation. The second generation of E-Jets will allow current and future operators to incorporate aircraft that are even more modern, with significant reduction in operating cost and unmatched passenger comfort.

    With an investment of USD 1.7 billion, the E-Jets E2 program was launched in June, 2013. Since then, the E2s have achieved a backlog of 267 firm orders, in addition to 373 options and purchase rights, having airlines and leasing companies among its customers. Currently, the family of E-Jets is in operation with some 70 customers in 50 countries.

    The E2 program reaffirms Embraers commitment to continuously invest in the companys line of commercial jets and to maintain its leadership position in the 70 to 130-seat aircraft segment. The aircraft will have state-of-the-art Pratt & Whitney PurePowerTM Geared Turbofan high by-pass ratio engines (PW1700G on the E175-E2, PW1900G on the E190-E2 and E195-E2). Combined with new aerodynamically advanced wings, full fly-by-wire flight controls, and improvements to other systems, the E2s will deliver significant reductions in fuel burn, maintenance costs, emissions, and external noise.

    About Embraer Commercial Aviation

    Embraer is the worlds leading manufacturer ofcommercial jets that seat up to 130 passengers. Nearly 900 aircraft from the37, 44 and 50-seat ERJ 145 family of regional jets have been delivered toairlines since their introduction in 1996. The E-Jet family includes fourlarger aircraft that have between 70 and 130 seats. The E170, E175, E190 andE195 set the standard in their category with their advanced engineering, highdegree of efficiency, spacious, ergonomic cabins with two-by-two seating, andattractive operating economics. Since the E-Jets entered revenue service in2004, Embraer has received 1,700 firm orders for this aircraftfamily. More than 1,200have been delivered.

    In 2013, Embraer launched the E-Jets E2, thesecond generation of its E-Jets family of commercial aircraft comprised ofthree new aircraft E175-E2, E190-E2, E195-E2 seating from 70 to 130passengers. The E190-E2 is expected to enter service in the first half of 2018.The E195-E2 is slated to enter service in 2019 and the E175-E2 in 2020.

    Embraer delivers the first two E195s to Tianjin Airlines
    To date, Embraer Commercial Aviation has achieved an 80% share of the Chinese regional aviation market. Currently, Embraer has 224 firm orders in China, including 188 firm order (21 aircraft are pending government approval) for commercial jets, 130 of which have been delivered.
     
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    MRJ prototype to resume flight tests in February
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    The MRJ regional jet programme's FTA 1 has completed structural reinforcements and is scheduled to resume flight tests in February.

    The prototype has been on the ground since its third test flight on 27 November 2015, undergoing structural reinforcements and system software upgrades, Mitsubishi Aircraft's head of strategic marketing Hideyuki Kamiya tells Flightglobal in a phone interview.

    The Japanese manufacturer identified the need to strengthen the aircraft's wing roots and the fuselage frame above the centre wing, after it conducted structural tests before the aircraft's first flight in on 11 November 2015. It has since applied a "temporary treatment", strengthening the sections with "additional plates".

    "For the flight test aircraft, we added additional plates on the original parts for reinforcement... for the production aircraft, we will redesign these parts to increase the thickness a little bit and the weight influence is within a few kilograms," says Kamiya.

    Mitsubishi also clarified that its delay of first delivery to mid-2018 from the second quarter of 2017, announced last December, was not related to wing and fuselage strengthening work. Rather, the company wants additional time for simulation ground tests before the first flight of each FTA. It also wants more time to analyse data gleaned during test flights.

    “After talking to aviation experts [at out] Seattle engineering centre… we reviewed with them our entire flight test programme,” says Kamiya. These informed the decision to extend testing.

    Enhanced simulation ground tests and analysis work in Japan, as well as the addition of more time between flight tests in the US, where most of the programme's test flights will occur, combine to add about one year to the testing campaign.

    Kamiya says the MRJ’s first flight was “pretty successful” and that the aircraft could take its second and third flights all within a month, because of the ground tests that were done before the aircraft flew. Mitsubishi had conducted a simulation system check on the aircraft, getting rid of "false errors", and made sure that the aircraft's systems work properly together.

    The airframer is using five test aircraft for the flight campaign, which is expected to cover 2,500 hours of testing.

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    Japanese commercial plane gets boost from US order
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    Japan's Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp said on Tuesday it has won 20 orders from a US leasing company for its new regional passenger plane in a transaction potentially worth over $900 million.

    The deal for the MRJ90 jets -- Japan's first domestically-made commercial aircraft for about half a century -- is a major boost for Mitsubishi.

    In December it postponed delivery of the plane, a little more than a month after the maiden test flight.

    Mitsubishi and Miami-based Aerolease Aviation LLC signed a letter of intent at the Singapore Airshow for 10 firm orders and 10 options for the MRJ90 planes to be delivered in 2018.

    Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp president Hiromichi Morimoto said the order "has a significant importance in the MRJ programme".

    Both companies expect to sign a definitive agreement soon for the orders, which would be worth around $940 million at list prices.

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    Excluding the deal with Aerolease, Mitsubishi had a total of 407 orders for its jets, comprising 223 firm deals and 184 options.

    Its clients include Japan Airlines, Air Nippon Airways and Air Mandalay.


    Jep Thornton, a partner for Aerolease, said that despite Mitsubishi's move to postpone delivery of the plane to the second quarter of 2018, he remained confident about the capabilities of the Japanese firm.

    Teething problems were common in new aircraft launches, he said.

    In December Mitsubishi cited "several issues" discovered after the November flight for delaying shipments by one year.

    The plane's system software had to be upgraded and its fuselage strengthened, it said at that time.

    The twin-engine jet's November flight came about half a century after the last Japanese-made commercial plane took to the skies.

    The YS-11 turboprop which made its debut in 1962 was discontinued about a decade later.

    Japan -- and its MRJ jet -- are competing with other regional passenger jet manufacturers such as Brazil's Embraer and Canada's Bombardier.

    Mitsubishi unveiled the jet -- which is 35 metres (115 feet) long and seats about 80 passengers -- in October 2014.

    It had previously planned to make the first delivery to Japan's All Nippon Airways in 2017.

    The short-to-medium-haul plane was backed by the Japanese government and a consortium of major firms including Toyota.

    Automaker Honda is also developing a small private jet in the United States, which was unveiled in Japan earlier this year.
     
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    Japan, Brazil Battle for Jet Buyers in `Amazing' Asian Market
    Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. and Embraer SA are battling for customers in Asia as the Japanese maker aims to break into a market expected to account for a quarter of ...

    Competition in the Regional jet market
    contrary to the duopoly between Boeing and Airbus in the large jet airliner market, has several players from several countries and continents. This last decade, a fierce battle among well-established companies, Embraer E-Jet family and Bombardier CRJ700 series (the big two players), and emerging ones, Mitsubishi Regional Jet, Sukhoi Superjet 100, Comac ARJ21 and Antonov An-148 among them, has arisen in this lucrative billion dollar market.[1]
     
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    What a gorgeous design kudos to Japanese brothers
     
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    Defects in the air-conditioning system forced a Mitsubishi Regional Jet heading to the U.S. to return to Nagoya on Saturday. | KYODO

    Mitsubishi Regional Jet leaves for test flights in U.S. but soon returns due to defect

    NAGOYA – A new passenger jet being developed by Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. that left for the United States on Saturday for flight tests was forced to return due to problems with the air-conditioning system, the company said.

    The Mitsubishi Regional Jet, which has been mired in a series of delays during its development, left the city of Nagoya at around 11:50 a.m. for its first stop in Hokkaido — only to return an hour later.

    The aircraft had been expected to arrive at Grant County International Airport in the state of Washington on Monday following refueling stops in Russia and Alaska, according to Mitsubishi Aircraft, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.

    The flight has been postponed until Sunday or later.

    A total of 2,500 hours of flight tests are required for the MRJ to obtain safety certification. The company plans to conduct most of the flights in the United States, as Grant County is known for sunny days throughout the year.

    The development of the MRJ, the country’s first domestically produced jet, has suffered delays due to changes in the design, manufacturing process and parts.

    The jetliner for short- to medium-haul flights made its maiden flight last November.

    However, the first delivery to ANA Holdings Inc. has been pushed back by around a year until mid-2018.
     
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    It's looks very modern passenger aircraft
     
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    Also, it will be more reliable than something which is sold with the phrase Chale to Chand tak Nahi toh Shaam tak.
     
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