Canada’s Exit From F-35 Would Boost Unit Price $1M

Credit: Lockheed Martin
If Canada’s next prime minister follows through on his party’s campaign pledge to reject the F-35, it will increase the cost to other buyers by about $1 million per aircraft, the aircraft’s program executive officer warns. But Canada will share the pain, as its departure from the program could cost...

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