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- 1. SpiceJet Takes Delivery of First Boeing 737 MAX 8
SpiceJet has taken delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX 8. The aircraft is the first of up to 205 Boeing 737 MAX airplanes SpiceJet could order. The new and improved single-aisle airplane will help SpiceJet lower its emissions output, which is a key initiative for the carrier as it looks to increase regional and international routes.
- 2. SpiceJet Orders 42 Boeing 737 Max 8s
SpiceJet has ordered 42 Boeing 737 MAX 8s. The order is valued at $4.4 billion at list prices. With this announcement, SpiceJet has ordered 90 airplanes directly from Boeing, which includes the 737-800, 737-900ER and now the 737 MAX. To date, SpiceJet has taken delivery of 31 of the airplanes.
- 3. India’s SpiceJet Takes Delivery of First Two Q400s
India’s SpiceJet has taken delivery of the first two of 15 Q400 NextGen turboprop aircraft ordered in December 2010. SpiceJet will use its Q400 NextGen aircraft for high-frequency, point-to-point services to regional cities, complementing its larger jet aircraft that connect major Indian cities. SpiceJet currently serves 22 destinations in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
- 4. SpiceJet Unveils Deal for 205 Boeing Aircraft
SpiceJet has unveiled a commitment with Boeing for up to 205 aircraft. Booked at the end of 2016, the deal includes 100 new Boeing 737 MAX 8s, SpiceJet's current order for 42 MAXs, 13 additional 737 MAXs, as well as purchase rights for 50 additional airplanes.
- 5. India's SpiceJet Orders 10 Next-Generation Boeing 737s
India's SpiceJet Orders 10 Next-Generation Boeing 737s. New Delhi-based SpiceJet has ordered 10 Next-Generation Boeing 737-800s. The order, valued at more than $700 million at list prices, follows previous orders in February 2005 and August 2006 for a total of 30 737s.
- 6. SpiceJet to Launch Chennai - Bangkok Flights
SpiceJet is to launch direct flights between Chennai and Bangkok, Thailand. Flights, which will operate six times per week, will commence on 10 December 2015. The Bangkok flights will be SpiceJet’s second direct international flight from Chennai.
- 7. India's SpiceJet Orders 15 Q400s
India's SpiceJet Orders 15 Q400s. SpiceJet of Gurgaon, India, has placed a firm order for 15 Q400 NextGen turboprop airliners and taken options on an additional 15 airliners. Based on the list price for the Q400 NextGen aircraft, the firm order is valued at approximately US$446 million, and could increase to approximately US$915 million if all 15 options are converted to firm order
- 8. SpiceJet Now Available to Users of Amadeus e-Travel Management
India’s SpiceJet is now available to users of Amadeus e-Travel Management (AeTM), Amadeus' online multi global distribution system (GDS) corporate booking tool. In response to increased demand from travel managers wanting to book low cost carriers (LCCs) in India, Amadeus created a framework that delivers SpiceJet’s full content to AeTM users via a direct API development.
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