Japan’s trade ministry wants to get the country’s aviation ambitions back up in the air.

The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry is bringing together domestic and foreign manufacturers, as well as airlines, with the goal of introducing a new aircraft by 2035. The move comes a year after Mitsubishi Heavy Industries scrapped the development of a regional jet after 15 years of effort.

The plan was outlined in the government's aircraft industry strategy, which was endorsed Wednesday.