SpiceJet reintroduces 737 Max aircraft after recertification

The aircraft is reinstated after a gap of around two-and-a-half years and the airline has conducted proper recertification by the aviation regulator DGCA using European standards. At present, the budget-friendly airline is the only operator of the 737 MAX in the country. SpiceJet had signed a deal with Boeing for 205 aircraft in 2017 worth $22 billion and currently has 13 of these planes in its fleet.

Low-cost carrier SpiceJet on Tuesday reintroduced Boeing 737 MAX aircraft for flight services.

The aircraft is reinstated after a gap of around two-and-a-half years and the airline has conducted proper recertification by the aviation regulator DGCA using European standards.

At present, the budget-friendly airline is the only operator of the 737 MAX in the country.

SpiceJet had signed a deal with Boeing for 205 aircraft in 2017 worth $22 billion and currently has 13 of these planes in its fleet.

The airline has announced that it will be deploying these aircraft for both domestic and international routes.

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