Gurgaon-based low-cost aircraft carrier SpiceJet on Monday agreed to buy the new 737 MAX 10 aircraft, manufactured by US aviation giant Boeing and Company. Reportedly, SpiceJet signed an agreement for a 40-aircraft deal which is valued at $4.7 billion, including 20 737 MAX 10 planes and conversion of 20 of SpiceJet’s 737 MAX 8 aircraft from an existing order. SpiceJet along with few other aircraft carriers became an inaugural customer for the aircraft designed to outshine the sales of Boeing's rival Airbus’ A321neo.
By Varun Vasudevan | Jun 20, 2017 8:50 AM #SpiceJet #Boeing
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