WASHINGTON – The U.S. Air Force is building a new hangar complex at Joint Base Andrews to house Boeing’s new Air Force One fleet, at a price of $250 million. The Andrews facility that today houses the Air Force One fleet is not large enough to accommodate the new aircraft, which will be a modified Boeing 747-8, Lt. Gen. Arnie Bunch, the Air Force’s top uniformed acquisition official, told Aerospace DAILY in a March 7 interview. “The actual aircraft is wider, longer ...

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