Aerostructures leader Spirit AeroSystems expects to catch up on its shortfall in providing Boeing with 737 airframes by June, but the costs of doing so—as well as a new $650 million acquisition of European aerostructure specialist Asco—will require more money and the company’s full attention for the rest of the year, executives said May 2. “We remain committed to growth, and we’re still focused on Airbus content,” said Spirit CEO Tom Gentile. ...

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