Boeing: F-15EX Costs Stable Despite Inflation, Supply Chain Issues

Boeing F-15EX fighter aircraft
Credit: 1st Lt. Lindsey Heflin/U.S. Air Force
RAF FAIRFORD, England—The contract for the next lot of Boeing F-15EXs for the U.S. Air Force will come in at less than $80 million, despite ongoing supply chain issues and inflation that is bogging down deliberations on future contracts for other fighters such as the F-35. Boeing set the $80 million...
Brian Everstine

Brian Everstine is the Pentagon Editor for Aviation Week, based in Washington, D.C. Before joining Aviation Week in August 2021, he covered the Pentagon for Air Force Magazine. Brian began covering defense aviation in 2011 as a reporter for Military Times.

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