Reports: SpiceJet looking to buy up to 200 aircraft

Credit: Kurt Hofmann
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...

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