Goodrich providing MC-21, MRJ components

  • 05-Feb-2010 04:12 EST

Russia's Irkut Corp. and Aviapribor selected Goodrich Corp. to design, develop, and produce primary and secondary flight-control actuation systems for all variants of the MC-21 single-aisle commercial aircraft. The actuation system will become part of Aviapribor's complete integrated flight-control system for the MC-21. In addition, Goodrich was recently selected by Sumitomo Precision Products Co. Ltd. to supply the integrated brake system for the new Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ) aircraft. The system will become a part of Sumitomo's complete landing-gear system for the MRJ.

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