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