That war, if fought by using cruise missiles solely, would set you back $20.8Billion just to replace your expended ordnance.
You cited quite a few numbers but you left out the biggest one of all, which is the cost of the pilot. Depending on what source you refer to, it takes anywhere from $6M/yr to $10M/yr to train a single combat pilot. This is why pilots get in more trouble for heroically nursing a crippled aircraft back to base than for ejecting at the first sign of smoke. They are worth more than anything else in the equation.
I might be partially wrong about the specifics -- for instance, I took your advice to Google "flight hours" but couldn't immediately tell if they have some way to fold pilot training into those cost-per-hour figures. Regardless, anyone who thinks human pilots will still be flying combat aircraft 10, 25, 50, or 100 years from now is obviously mistaken. It's just a matter of which of those timeframes is right. Using humans to fly combat missions is stupidly expensive and increasingly pointless.