In an earlier work, AeroAnalysis had a look at what the maximum pain for certain aircraft could be if tariffs were to be imposed on the import of steel and aluminum. The reason why this is defined as ‘maximum’ pain is because the calculations assume that all steel and aluminum applied on the aircraft is subject to tariffs, though this is certainly not the case. Even under those circumstances, the impact should be negligible, especially considering that aircraft pricing held pretty well as commodity . . .
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