Fewer fighters being purchased, the covid, and the updating of platform capabilities should see the price of an F-35 rise.


This article by Stephen Losey, writing for Defense News, makes the following points:
  • COVID-19 quickly took a bite out of the F-35′s production schedule, and Lockheed is still playing catch-up.
  • The cost of an F-35A steadily decreased from $89 million each to about $78 million.
  • Higher inflation and other conditions will soon increase the price of a new F-35.


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