Boeing concludes acquisition of Aurora
Boeing has concluded its acquisition of Aurora Flight Sciences, it was announced on 8 November.
Aurora - developer and manufacturer of advanced aerospace platforms and autonomous systems - will operate under Boeing Engineering, Test and Technology as a subsidiary called Aurora Flight Sciences. It will retain an independent operating model while benefiting from Boeing's position as a provider of aerospace products and services.
The deal with Aurora was first announced in October 2017.
In addition to giving Aurora access to Boeing's expansive resources, the acquisition will also offer the opportunity for some of Aurora’s projects to be produced on a much larger scale.
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