Boeing Backs ‘Realistic’ FLRAA Cost Estimate

Credit: SB-1: Sikorsky/Boeing
PHILADELPHIA—A newly-published unit cost estimate by the U.S. Army of $43 million for a proposed high-speed rotorcraft is an encouraging sign that service officials are entering the program with realistic expectations, a senior Boeing executive says. But the rotorcraft industry’s ability to meet or...

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