I'm looking for more confirmation, but The Drive is reporting that, unless they get a waiver, each airframe will be capped at no more than 300 hours
annually in addition to ending all low level flights.
edit on 2/14/2020 by Zaphod58 because: (no reason given)
Ought to do that to the B-2's and invest that saved money into the Bones in high demand. Plus the B-2 guys already have the fancy simulators. You'd
get way more mileage from the savings by minimizing B-2 flight hours that aren't likely to be needed in regular service anyway.
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