Spirit AeroSystems has started preparing for higher production rates of the Boeing 737/MAX and Airbus A320neo family programs. It is working towards a rate 42 per month in October for the 737/MAX, although Boeing currently keeps its own production at 31 per month for...
Tier-1 supplier Spirit AeroSystems is to initiate a cost reduction program to reduce structural costs and improve profitability and cash flow in 2023. It says it needs to as production rates of the Boeing 737/MAX remain around 31 per month, Spirit said in its Q3...
UPDATE – Doubling the number of 737/MAX deliveries to Boeing helped Spirit AeroSystems to push revenues up by 26-28 percent in Q2 and HY1 respectively. The Tier 1 supplier is expecting a slower increase in production rates for the coming period as the industry...
Higher production volumes on the Boeing MAX program are the main driver behind better first-quarter results of Spirit AeroSystems. The Tier 1 supplier to Boeing, Airbus, and Bombardier reported thirty percent higher revenues and a 69 percent lower net loss on May 4....
UPDATE – Higher production deliveries of the Boeing MAX and Airbus A220 program have improved the results of tier-1 supplier Spirit AeroSystems in 2021. However, they were severely impacted by the ongoing production pause of the Boeing 787, which produced a...
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