Spirit AeroSystems Holdings Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Spirit AeroSystems, Inc. ("Spirit"), based in Wichita, Kansas, is the world's largest first-tier aerostructures manufacturer. The company builds several important pieces of Boeing aircraft, including the fuselage of the 737, portions of the 787 fuselage, and the cockpit section of the fuselage (referred to as "Section 41" by Boeing) of nearly all of its airliners. Spirit also produces fuselage sections and front wing spars for the Airbus A350. Spirit's main competition comes from Triumph Aerostructures - Vought Aircraft Division,Collins Aerospace, Leonardo, and Kawasaki Heavy Industries.

A former employee said "Some of the older veterans over at Spirit AeroSystems will talk down and belittle you. Planners were only available during first shift which would be a concern on certain jobs. My department had no heating nor a/c so in the summer time a lot of people were having heat related issues and going home early, calling in to work, and using their personal time off.

Some work areas in Spirit AeroSystems don't have fans nor a/c units which is a big deal since my department did not have a/c. People would start sweating instantly while entering the building and visibly becoming sick."


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Manager (Former Employee) says

"A lot of politics so if your a new person coming in be prepared to “work the system” . Little training and long hours. Including weekends. Unattainable expectations handed down from directors."

Ultrasonic Technician (Current Employee) says

"good for making money, bad if you have a lot of circumstances you need time off for. You only get so much sick time and so much vacation time, if you use it you don't get time off. It takes a year before any of this is actually available to you. Managers push, and seem to not care so much about quality as they about quantity, which is ironic because they proclaim very hard its the opposite.benefits, pay, peopleManagement, lack of "time off""

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