Boeing wins orders of over $4B from Indian airline - report

Boeing (BA) has reportedly received an order from Indian budget carrier SpiceJet for up to 42 Boeing 737 MAX jets in a deal worth $4.4B at list prices.

SpiceJet has also taken options to purchase another 42 planes, depending on its growth.

If the report is accurate, the deal could represent a bit of a coup for Boeing, as SpiceJet had reportedly been looking to acquire the aircraft from Airbus (EADSF).

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  • joegillam
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    Sure.......the tech and economy of the new 737 will leave Airbus in the fumes. Same with the 777 and 787.
    7 Jan 2014, 10:00 AM Reply Like
  • bberuch
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    apparently Boeing's projects are subtending customer confidence.
    expanding manufacture, pursuing green fuels, lowering costs by searching out lower cost manufacturing sites, proving it's tecknology.
    15 Jan 2014, 12:35 PM Reply Like
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