M’bishi jet earnings to airfield after withdrawal for U.S. due to defects

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13:34 27 Aug 2016

NAGOYA, Aug. 27, Kyodo

A new newcomer jet being grown by Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. left Nagoya airfield for a United States on Saturday for moody tests, though shortly returned to a airfield due to defects in a air-conditioning system, a association said.

The Mitsubishi Regional Jet, that has already been mired in a array of growth delays, left Nagoya in executive Japan during around 11:50 a.m. for a initial stop in Hokkaido, a country’s northernmost categorical island. But about an hour after it returned to a airport.

The aircraft had been approaching to arrive during a Grant County International Airport in Washington State on Monday following fuel stops in Russia and Alaska, according to Mitsubishi Aircraft, a auxiliary of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.

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