SpiceJet may take more of Jet Airways' 737 MAX planes, says chairman


Low-cost carrier SpiceJet may consider taking some of the Boeing 737 MAX planes that were due to be delivered to bankrupt Jet Airways but are still sitting in Seattle, its Chairman Ajay Singh said on Friday.  “Lessors are in touch with us for MAX aircraft.

There is an opportunity to backfill, to make up for some of the lost time,” Singh said.  SpiceJet has agreed to take four Jet 737 MAX planes on the ground in India, he said. More remain on the ground in Seattle, having not been delivered due to payment.....

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