Details Emerge On Costs, Rewards Of Boeing Low-Cost T-X Bid

Credit: Boeing
New details of Boeing’s strategy for its low-priced bid that won the U.S. Air Force T-X trainer contract illuminate the costs—and potential rewards—of that high-risk bet. “We see T-X as a market for about 2,600 aircraft in addition to ground-based trainers and other support and services,” Boeing CEO...

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