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Boeing Admits To 'Discussions' with Spirit AeroSystems

'We Believe That The Reintegration Of Boeing And Spirit Aerosystems' Manufacturing Operations Would Further Strengthen Aviation Safety...'

While the rumor mill was winding up over the possibility of Boeing acquiring its embattled partner, Spirit AeroSystems, the airliner builder actually did something uncharacteristic and spoke up... a little... about what might or might not be going on. 

So... Boeing issued a statement... 

"We have been working closely with Spirit AeroSystems and its leadership to strengthen the quality of the commercial airplanes that we build together. We confirm that our collaboration has resulted in preliminary discussions about making Spirit AeroSystems a part of Boeing again. 

We believe that the reintegration of Boeing and Spirit AeroSystems' manufacturing operations would further strengthen aviation safety, improve quality and serve the interests of our customers, employees, and shareholders. 

Although there can be no assurance that we will be able to reach an agreement, we are committed to finding ways to continue to improve the safety and quality of the airplanes on which millions of people depend each and every day."

Time will tell... but both entities could use a bit of a boost... 

FMI: www.boeing.com

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