SPR - Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
80.14
+0.26 (+0.33%)
At close: 4:02PM EST
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Previous Close79.88
Open79.53
Bid80.14 x 800
Ask80.09 x 800
Day's Range78.95 - 81.27
52 Week Range64.48 - 100.34
Volume1046659
Avg. Volume809,300
Market Cap8.3B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.16
PE Ratio (TTM)13.14
EPS (TTM)6.10
Earnings DateJan 30, 2020 - Feb 3, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield0.48 (0.59%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-12-13
1y Target Est94.00
  • Exclusive: Spirit AeroSystems adding to holiday schedule to help slow 737 MAX output
    American City Business Journals

    Exclusive: Spirit AeroSystems adding to holiday schedule to help slow 737 MAX output

    Three days will be added to the company's annual holiday break as nearly 90 737 MAX fuselages are now being stored in Wichita.

  • Why Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc.’s (NYSE:SPR) Return On Capital Employed Is Impressive
    Simply Wall St.

    Why Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc.’s (NYSE:SPR) Return On Capital Employed Is Impressive

    Today we'll evaluate Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:SPR) to determine whether it could have potential as an...

  • Business Wire

    SPEEA Approves New Six-year Contract with Spirit AeroSystems

    Technical & Professional employees at Spirit AeroSystems in Wichita approve new six-year contract.

  • Boeing deliveries down more than 50 percent in 2019
    American City Business Journals

    Boeing deliveries down more than 50 percent in 2019

    With one month left to add to its count in 2019, the Boeing Co. has seen the number of commercial aircraft it has delivered this year cut in half in the wake of the grounding of its 737 MAX. New data from the company Tuesday revealed a total 345 deliveries through the end of November, down 50.9 percent from the 704 deliveries reported through the same period of 2018. Boeing halted deliveries of the 737 MAX in March after the plane was grounded following two crashes that killed 346 people.

  • Spirit AeroSystems cited in FAA allegation against Boeing
    American City Business Journals

    Spirit AeroSystems cited in FAA allegation against Boeing

    The FAA is proposing a $3.9-million civil penalty against Boeing for what it alleges was a failure to adequately oversee a group of suppliers that includes Spirit.

  • Airbus cruising to order and delivery wins over Boeing
    American City Business Journals

    Airbus cruising to order and delivery wins over Boeing

    Airbus has all but locked up the order and delivery crowns over the Boeing Co. for 2019, but the European manufacturer will need a record delivery month in December to hit its in-house goal. According to Airbus’ website, the company handed over 725 commercial aircraft to customers through November to leave it 135 deliveries short of its revised target for 2019. Airbus recorded a record month for deliveries last December, when it handed off 127 aircraft in the final month of 2018 to reach 800 deliveries on the year.

  • Spirit and Boeing leaders see opportunity for even more 767 work in Wichita
    American City Business Journals

    Spirit and Boeing leaders see opportunity for even more 767 work in Wichita

    Spirit has work on all Boeing commercial programs, but the defense variant of the 767 could help drive hundreds of orders for the plane.

  • Bombardier to build 1 million square-foot aircraft factory in Toronto
    American City Business Journals

    Bombardier to build 1 million square-foot aircraft factory in Toronto

    Bombardier Inc. on Wednesday announced plans to build a 1 million square-foot facility in Toronto for final assembly work on its Global business jet line. The company said in a press release that it has reached a long-term lease agreement with the Greater Toronto Airports Authority to build the manufacturing center at Toronto Pearson International Airport. Site work is under way and the facility is expected to open in 2023, where assembly operations will include the company’s new flagship Global 7500.

  • New facility helps Spirit AeroSystems increase wide-body work for Boeing
    American City Business Journals

    New facility helps Spirit AeroSystems increase wide-body work for Boeing

    Spirit AeroSystems Inc. now has additional work on the Boeing Co. 767 that comes complete with a newly leased facility and more trips to Wichita by the Dreamlifter cargo jet. Spirit (NYSE: SPR) on Tuesday announced that it is now assembling the sections of the 767 that it builds to provide Boeing (NYSE: BA) an integrated forward fuselage for the wide-body jet. Previously, the company had built the forward fuselage in four sections and shipped them by rail to Boeing facilities near Seattle for integration.

  • Spirit AeroSystems Delivers First Integrated 767 Forward Fuselage
    PR Newswire

    Spirit AeroSystems Delivers First Integrated 767 Forward Fuselage

    Spirit AeroSystems [NYSE: SPR] has completed its first integrated 767 forward fuselage section for Boeing, an expanded statement of work on the Boeing platform, which serves as both a freighter and the basis for the KC-46 tanker for the U.S. Air Force. The unit is scheduled to be delivered tomorrow to Boeing in Everett, Wash.

  • Hedge Funds Are Dipping Their Toes Into Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc. (SPR)
    Insider Monkey

    Hedge Funds Are Dipping Their Toes Into Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc. (SPR)

    We are still in an overall bull market and many stocks that smart money investors were piling into surged through the end of November. Among them, Facebook and Microsoft ranked among the top 3 picks and these stocks gained 54% and 51% respectively. Hedge funds' top 3 stock picks returned 41.7% this year and beat […]

  • Wichita City Council approves more than $100 million in aerospace IRBs
    American City Business Journals

    Wichita City Council approves more than $100 million in aerospace IRBs

    The Wichita City Council on Tuesday approved more than $100 million in industrial revenue bonds for local aerospace companies. The approved IRBs will help finance the completed construction of a new facility being leased to the city’s largest employer, Spirit AeroSystems Inc., and facility upgrades throughout 2019 for the second-largest employer, Textron Aviation. IRBs require no taxpayer commitment and the city acts only as a pass-through entity.

  • Boeing to host a new round of updates on the 737 MAX
    American City Business Journals

    Boeing to host a new round of updates on the 737 MAX

    The two-day update this week will cover software and training upgrades, as well as the certification process.

  • Air Capital Flight Line up for IRBs for Spirit AeroSystems facility
    American City Business Journals

    Air Capital Flight Line up for IRBs for Spirit AeroSystems facility

    The bond financing is related to the construction of 144,000 square-foot facility being leased to the manufacturer.

  • FAA tightens control over deliveries of Boeing 737 MAX jets
    American City Business Journals

    FAA tightens control over deliveries of Boeing 737 MAX jets

    The FAA has informed Boeing that it will individually approve all 737 MAX jets before they can be delivered.

  • Report: Ivanka Trump visit to WSU Tech worth more than $9 million in publicity
    American City Business Journals

    Report: Ivanka Trump visit to WSU Tech worth more than $9 million in publicity

    Logistics surrounding the trip cost WSU Tech $12,000, with $10,000 of that coming from an anonymous donor.

  • Air Force hopes to start KC-46 tanker fixes in December
    American City Business Journals

    Air Force hopes to start KC-46 tanker fixes in December

    A retrofit to the cargo and passenger seating locking mechanism could be implemented across the fleet by March.

  • Canadian official says Boeing should scrap scrutinized software in 737 MAX
    American City Business Journals

    Canadian official says Boeing should scrap scrutinized software in 737 MAX

    Boeing has been hopeful that an updated version of MCAS could clear the grounded jet for an initial return by the end of the year.

  • With hushed fanfare, Boeing Co. rolls out largest 737 MAX
    American City Business Journals

    With hushed fanfare, Boeing Co. rolls out largest 737 MAX

    As the existing MAX variants remain grounded, Boeing expects first flight of the largest version of the jet next year.

  • FAA Administrator hints at later return for 737 MAX
    American City Business Journals

    FAA Administrator hints at later return for 737 MAX

    Administrator Steve Dickson said at the Dubai Airshow that it "remains to be seen" if the 737 MAX flies again in 2019.

  • Boeing supplier winding down production work on the 747
    American City Business Journals

    Boeing supplier winding down production work on the 747

    Triumph has begun auctioning off equipment from facilities in Southern California that have supplied the 747 program since the 1960s.

  • Airbus’ newest idea is from the birds
    American City Business Journals

    Airbus’ newest idea is from the birds

    Airbus' new "fello'fly" program touts potential fuel savings of up to 10 percent that would significantly cut emissions on every trip.

  • Spirit AeroSystems makes contract offer to division of engineering union
    American City Business Journals

    Spirit AeroSystems makes contract offer to division of engineering union

    A unit of the Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace on Tuesday received a new contract offer from Spirit AeroSystems Inc.  The deal would cover around 1,600 local workers represented by SPEEA’s Wichita Technical and Professional Unit (WPTU) and lands on the table more than a year before the current contract expires. SPEEA Midwest Director B.J. Moore says the union will be meeting with members this week to talk through the offer with mailed ballots going out next week.

  • Spirit AeroSystems approved for up to $40 million in IRBs
    American City Business Journals

    Spirit AeroSystems approved for up to $40 million in IRBs

    The upgrades utilizing the financing are part of Spirit's previous plan to invest $1 billion in its facilities in Wichita.

  • NetApp eyeing move to Innovation Campus at WSU
    American City Business Journals

    NetApp eyeing move to Innovation Campus at WSU

    The company is said to be hopeful of building a new complex near 17th and Oliver in the next few years.