Boeing and SpiceJet announced an order for 30 winglet-equipped 737-800NGs during US President Barack Obama's visit to India. The deal is valued at approximately $2.3 billion at list prices. The order was previously disclosed on Boeing’s website in July as being from an unidentified customer. In a statement, SpiceJet CEO Neil Mills said the Indian low-cost carrier was “extremely satisfied” with the 737 because it allows for “greater efficiency in ...

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