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Old November 10th, 2004   #76
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WOW kool man. this is sum pretty cool stuff!
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Cost: EUR 62.9 million (based on 2003 Austrian contract for 18 Typhoons)
First flight: 1994
In service date: first deliveries of production aircraft in 2003



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Cost: EUR 62.9 million (based on 2003 Austrian contract for 18 Typhoons)
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i will do that the next time thank you for the reminder.

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So expensive they are!
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Re: Aircraft Prices.

The Raptor's about US $160 million a pop at present is it? It will be interesting to see what the flyaway cost of a mid production run F-22 Raptor will be. If it's released for sale and comes down to around US $100 million, I'll bet you'll find a few countries looking to procure a squadron or 2 of them... Even a Silver bullet force of 24 or so fighters would provide an air to air combat capability that is second to none... (Apart from the USAF that is).

I've read that fighters like the F-22 or F-35 JSF will probably be employed in smaller sized Squadrons than current generation fighters (NATO standard squadrons use 20 aircraft at present) and will probably employ around 14 fighters per squadron. A squadron or 2 might become affordable for the capability the F-22 would provide under those circumstances...
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I think the prices of these combat air crafts dosent matter but if one country wan to make its defence more solid then it have to buy those air crafts which can fulfill their needs.
Take an example to Israel its 50% budjet goes to defence caz of its strategic position in the area.And the Country like Switzerland woudnt like to buy these air crafts caz it has no enemy.So it on hte whole it depends upon the geostrategic position.
I think Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk and Northrop-Grumman B-2 Spirit are the best but the prices of these aircrafts are very soo let the countries decide which aircrafts they need and how much they reserves posess
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never thought a tomcat was that much expensive than an F16
The F16 is cheaper than the F14 because the F14 is a multirole Naval Fighter Bomber Twin engine and is specially designed for carrier operations While The F16 is A singal engine Air Interceptor or Bomber escort. The F16 also has been made in so many other countrys so that the Cost of program Devalopment is considerably less while the F14 only has a few Export Customers.
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Some of the pirces seem a litle bit in acccurate and you also got to remeber that alot of the fighters on that list are no longer made so if a country wants them they are going to have to pay to have the production lines re established.
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Just thought I should update this thread a little.
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I assume the price is US$?

Also can I ask the source? Is the price fly away per airframe, or does it include spares, equipment etc...?

Sorry for the questions, just my overly orderly mind at work!

Very frustrating to find prices per airframe now days, for instance I have seen the prices for a C-130J from us$60 mil to $90 mil.
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Dug it up from a Russian site. They update the chart once in a while.
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http://show.imagehosting.us/show/953..._-1_953444.jpg

how bout this one? hehe, saw it on ebay and took a screenshot of it
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Can u plz post the link ware i can find the updated price.
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