Boeing is set to launch a new jet engine for unmanned aerial vehicles, which would allow the company to develop and manufacture aircraft that can fly independently and can perform missions for commercial clients.
The company is using its latest J-18 engine to build the B61-12, which will be the first aircraft to fly with a B61 engine, according to Bloomberg.
The company says the engine is being built to meet the specifications for the new J20 fighter.
Boeing said the B41-50 engine will be used on its next-generation fighter jet.
The J-30 jet engine is also being built for the J-19 and the J20.
Boesch’s latest jet engine, the B21-1, is the first engine to be certified for the jet.
It has a power of 6,200 to 7,600 horsepower, which is about 40% higher than that of Boeing’s current jet engines.
The B21 is the largest jet engine currently in production.
Blesch has been working on the B-21 engine for about a year, and the company says it will begin manufacturing it in early 2019.
Boeing says the new engine will cost about $5 billion to develop, which includes the engineering and construction costs.
The new engine would replace the J21 engine that the company used for its last plane, the J61.
B-21 is one of the last of Boeings stealthy fighter jets, which debuted in the early 1980s and remain in service until now.
It will replace the company’s existing JF-18 and JF21 fighters.
The B-61 engine is currently under development for the B23 jet fighter, which was originally built for NATO, and is slated for a 2020 launch.