WICHITA—Spirit AeroSystems has completed its first integration of the 767 forward fuselage section, which doubles its labor content on the Boeing platform used as freighters and for the U.S. Air Force KC-46 tanker.  Spirit previously designed and built four separate sections for the forward fuselage, including the cab, lower lobe and two side panels, then shipped them to Boeing by rail for integration. With the change, the Wichita supplier is also integrating the four sections ...

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