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SpiceJet commits to buy Boeing's 737 MAX 10 planes worth $4.7 billion

Reuters  |  NEW DELHI 

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian low-cost carrier SpiceJet has committed to buy the new 737 MAX 10 planes from Boeing Co, the companies said, becoming an inaugural customer for an aircraft designed to blunt strong sales of rival planemaker Airbus' A321neo. The agreement for 40 aircraft, valued at $4.7 billion at current list prices, includes an order for 20 new 737 MAX 10 planes and conversion of 20 of SpiceJet's 737 MAX 8 aircraft from an existing order, the two companies said in a statement on Monday."We are proud to be a part of the launch of the 737 MAX 10 and to be the first airline in India ...

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First Published: Mon, June 19 2017. 17:56 IST