India-based low-cost carrier (LCC) SpiceJet is reportedly looking to buy some 200 new aircraft worth over $10 billion at current prices to expand its fleet and network. The company said the fleet expansion is to be made up of single-aisle jets as well as regional turboprops. SpiceJet chairman Ajay Singh has been quoted in multiple media outlets as saying the LCC intends to place “substantial orders” for aircraft, both large [jet] aircraft and small regional aircraft, and hopes ...

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