New York Times: New York’s military-grade fighter aircraft could become the next big thing

New York City is building a fleet of ultra-fast, stealthy jets that could one day become the new jetliners of the skies.

The city is building jets that will be so fast that it would take two of them to overtake the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

It would be the first time that the U.S. has built a superfast fighter jet, according to New York State.

It is not yet clear how much money the city is spending on the planes.

A new report from the Times says that the city plans to spend $5.2 billion to buy 5,600 of the aircraft, and that the planes will have an estimated life of more than 20 years.

The report said that the New York Police Department is expected to buy two of the planes, which could be purchased from Boeing, or from a partner such as General Electric.

The planes will be made by Pratt & JetBlue.

The aircrafts could be used in a variety of missions.

For example, the Times reported that the new jets could be flown in combat roles.

New York would not have a fighter jet to take out Soviet fighters or Russian bombers, but it could also take out missiles.

The new planes could be made at a plant in the city and then shipped to other locations around the world, the report said.

The Pentagon has said it is working on buying an aircraft to replace the aging F-16 fighter jet that was decommissioned in the early 1990s.