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Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc. Message Board

  • deadduckzerosquared23 deadduckzerosquared23 May 27, 2011 12:54 AM Flag

    SPR vs. BA

    Why own this instead of Boeing? The last 18 months have been pretty disappointing. Of course that could change but is there reason to expect that it will?

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    • Spirit is making planes that I would not fly on. Spirit Engineers have scared the hell out of me. I think Boeing Seattle has far better Engineers and all Boeing should keep keep work in Seattle. I just cannot beleive that the Spirit management(Mostly White arrogant fools)continue to screw up more than Boeing. By GOD where are we heading to fools paradise I assume. They are making Engineering look like it is a car MECHANIC KIND OF SKILL. tIME WILL TELL WE WILL HAVE MANY DISASTERS BECAUSE OF SUCH IDIOTS IN CHARGE.

    • The world is desperatley in need of newer planes and spr is working both sides now boings no where to go but up and airbus. There

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      • Spirit is making planes that I would not fly on. Spirit Engineers have scared the hell out of me. I think Boeing Seattle has far better and all Boeing should keep keep work in Seattle. I just cannot beleive that the Spirit management(Mostly White arrogant fools)continue to screw up more than Boeing. By GOD where are we heading to fools paradise I assume.

    • If you look at the product responsibility chart on their website, you can see they have more than just BA as a customer. They have a ton of work ahead of them as the Dreamliner goes into production. Plus they have Airbus as a customer for a lot of their capacity as well.

 
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