That’s supported by a Department of Defense fiscal year 2019 budget estimate document released this month, which indicated that the Air Force One program, called the presidential aircraft recapitalization program, was expected to cost about $3.95 billion through fiscal year 2023. Since the cost to complete the program was listed as “continuing,” Aboulafia said it could be reasonable to expect costs near or a little higher than $4 billion.
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