Washington: The US administration has reached a $3.9 billion deal with Boeing for two Air Force One planes for the President, the White House said.
President Donald Trump has reached the informal deal with Boeing on a “Fixed-price contract” for the new Air Force One Program, Xinhua quoted a White House spokesperson as saying on Tuesday.
The contract would save taxpayers more than $1.4 billion, the White House said. The amount, however, cannot be confirmed yet.
Boeing said in a tweet that it was “proud to build the next generation of Air Force One, providing American presidents with a flying..outstanding value to taxpayers.”