SpiceJet, Boeing sign MoU for 40 737 MAX planes
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SpiceJet, Boeing sign MoU for 40 737 MAX planes

Budget carrier SpiceJet today signed an initial pact with the US aircraft maker Boeing Co for 40 737 MAX planes. A Memorandum Understanding (MoU), valued at USD 4.7 billion at current list prices, was signed at the Paris Air Show, which commenced today.

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