Concern over 737 MAX cuts cost of Onex purchase of WestJet
Onex, which formerly owned Spirit AeroSystems Inc. in Wichita, cut its original offer for the Canadian airline over concerns including the grounding of the 737 MAX.
Report: American Airlines CEO says politics could delay 737 MAX return
The airline executive told employees that he doesn't believe the FAA wants to act alone in returning the jet to service.
Cybersecurity Risks Are Threatening Deals, Industry Survey Shows
(Bloomberg) -- Cybersecurity issues are increasingly becoming a concern in mergers and acquisitions, a new survey shows, and lapses can jeopardize deals or haunt purchasers long after the deal is done.Of...
Airbus hopes to counter Boeing’s big Paris Air Show order
Airbus may have taken home the order crown at the Paris Air Show, but it also leaves the event hoping to take a bite out of its rival’s biggest deal of the week. The Boeing Co. stole the headlines from...
Spirit in the running for more work with Mitsubishi
The newly rebranded Mitsubishi SpaceJet M100 could become an even larger part of Spirit's portfolio.
Analysts more bullish on Boeing and aerospace after Paris Air Show
A major vote of confidence in Boeing Co.'s 737 MAX and a new Airbus model signal potential tailwinds for the global aerospace industry.
Spirit AeroSystems’ acquisition target Asco hit by cyber attack
A European-based aerospace supplier, in the closing stages of being acquired by Wichita’s Spirit AeroSystems Inc., was recently hit by a ransomware cyber attack that shut down its operations. Asco Industries...
Boeing shares jump on 737 MAX order intent from Paris
International Airlines Group CEO Willie Walsh says his firm has "every confidence in Boeing" and the safe return of the 737 MAX.
Spirit AeroSystems pushing innovation to global industry at Paris Air Show
Wichita's largest employer is showing off new technology and capabilities designed to put it at the forefront of advanced manufacturing.
Spirit AeroSystems Announces Collaboration Role on Airbus Wing of Tomorrow Program
WICHITA, Kan. , June 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Spirit AeroSystems announced its role on the Airbus Wing of Tomorrow program, contributing across four technology projects supporting commercial ...
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