Spirit AeroSystems, the former Boeing Wichita facility spun off and sold to Onex Corp. last year, will acquire the Aerostructures business unit of BAE Systems for £80 million ($142 million) plus certain liabilities in a transaction expected to be completed before July. The BAE unit, which employs more than 800, has facilities in Prestwick, Scotland, and Samlesbury, England, and produces structural components, chiefly on wings. It had revenues of approximately $367 million last year, ...

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