UPDATE – Boeing expects the rework on the aft pressure bulkhead of the 737 and MAX to take longer. Deliveries in August were 22 and are guided and about seventy aircraft for Q3. The airframer reiterates its guidance of 400 to 450 deliveries this year, but they...
How much longer Spirit AeroSystems management is willing to accept that three key commercial aircraft programs are at forward losses before it acts and negotiates better deals with Airbus and Boeing? That question was put forward in different ways by different...
UPDATE – In the worst scenario, the eleven-day strike at Spirit AeroSystems in June and July could impact 737 P-8A and MAX fuselage deliveries to Boeing by between twenty and fifty shipsets this year. Spirit has revised its guidance for deliveries to between 370...
Spirit AeroSystems expects the Boeing 737/MAX tailfin production issue to have at least a $31 million impact on the full-year gross profit. Of this, the Tier 1-supplier incurred $17 million in its Q1 results, but additional costs are likely, the company says. Tailfin...
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...
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