A Spirit AeroSystems employee inspects a part manufactured by a five-axis machine at the company’s Wichita plant.
A Spirit AeroSystems employee inspects a part manufactured by a five-axis machine at the company’s Wichita plant. Randal G. Allen/Spirit AeroSystems Courtesy photo
A Spirit AeroSystems employee inspects a part manufactured by a five-axis machine at the company’s Wichita plant. Randal G. Allen/Spirit AeroSystems Courtesy photo

Spirit expanding parts manufacturing in Wichita

June 19, 2017 01:01 AM

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