Boeing to buy supplier Spirit AeroSystem 15:07

American airline Boeing Co. will buy aviation equipment supplier Spirit AeroSystems. This was reported by Interfax.

The total transaction value is approximately $8.3 billion, including Spirit AeroSystems’ debt.

“Boeing will pay $37.25 as treasury stock for each Spirit share,” the statement said.

Data regarding negotiations between Spirit and Boeing emerged following the incident in January when a door on an Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-9 MAX aircraft disappeared into the air. The aircraft’s fuselage was produced by Spirit.

The company was spun off from Boeing in 2005. At the close of additional trading Friday, Spirit shares were priced at $32.71 per share.

Before that, Boeing and Airbus aircraft hit Fake certified titanium parts. The investigation into the forgery of documents is being conducted by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Spirit AeroSystems, which supplies fuselages to Boeing and wings to Airbus.

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Source: Gazeta


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