Fri, 20 Sep 2019

Mitsubishi Aircraft to Open Office in Montreal; Recruitment Fair to Take Place Saturday

Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation has unveiled plans to open an office in the Montreal region of Quebec, Canada.

The company will hire around 100 jobs in its first year, focused on certification and entry into service of the Mitsubishi SpaceJet products.

The office will be located in the Boisbriand area.

Mitsubishi Aircraft SpaceJet M100 aircraft. Click to enlarge.

“As a Japanese company with a global market, we are building a strong global presence in order to position the Mitsubishi SpaceJet family for success,” said Hisakazu Mizutani, President, Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation. “We have great respect for the achievements and capabilities in Quebec and are excited to be here.”

The company will hold a recruitment fair on Saturday, 21 September at Montreal Grandé (1862 Rue le Ber) to look for experienced aerospace professionals with a focus on certification and product development.

“Our Montreal presence adds to our footprint in major global aerospace hubs, including Nagoya and Washington State,” said Alex Bellamy, Chief Development Officer. “Since introducing our product family in June, we have had an overwhelmingly positive response, and we are intent on building the team that allows us to fully support our airline partners and customers. Quebec is an obvious choice for us.”

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