Indian low-cost carrier SpiceJet Airlines has selected GE Aviation’s flight efficiency services to support its fleet of 52 Boeing 737 and Bombardier Q400 aircraft, and GE’s Dowty Propellers to maintain its Q400 propeller systems. GE Aviation will provide flight data analytics and fuel management to optimize the airline’s operational efficiency to help reduce fuel expenses for the airline, which accounts to about $600 million annually. “India has among the highest jet ...


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