Spirit AeroSystems reported revenue of $1.3bn for the second quarter of 2022 – up 26% on last year’s result. The company posted an operating loss of $105 million and a net loss of $122 million. “Like many other companies, this past quarter we experienced challenges with supply chain, staffing and inflation, as well as schedule changes from our customers, all of which put pressure on profitability,” said Tom Gentile, Spirit’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “We remain focused on executing in our factories and meeting the commitments to our customers. Demand for aircraft remains robust but the expected slower increase
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