Thursday, July 31, 2014   

India's SpiceJet to buy 42 Boeing 737 MAX
(03-12 16:47)

Indian budget airline SpiceJet has placed an order for 42 Boeing 737 MAX planes in a deal worth US$4.4 billion, the companies announced.
Delivery of the single-aisle planes will begin from 2017 as the cash-strapped SpiceJet seeks to win new customers.
S.L. Narayanan, chief financial officer of SpiceJet's parent, Sun Group said the
Boeing 737 MAX will allow for “the most efficient fleet well into the future.’’—AFP

   
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