Come June, leading aerostructures provider Spirit AeroSystems should be caught up on providing tardy 737 airframes to original equipment manufacturer Boeing. But a big question remains unanswered: Was the recent production disruption merely a sign of one-time growing pains or a sign of trouble ahead as providers of large commercial aircraft ramp up production rates? So far, all sides are banking on the former. “We expect to be fully recovered to our delivery schedules by ...

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