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Low-cost public carrier SpiceJet on Saturday said it has signed a $12.5 billion deal with CFM International to purchase 'LEAP-1B' engines for 155 units of Boeing '737 MAX' airplanes, along with spare engines to support the fleet.
Under the RPFH agreement, CFM International guarantees maintenance costs for all SpiceJet's LEAP-1B engines on a pay by hour basis, it said.
"We are looking forward to introducing the new LEAP-1B into our fleet," said Ajay Singh, SpiceJet's Chairman and Managing Director, adding that LEAP-1B is living up to its promises for efficiency and reliability.
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