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SpiceJet, Boeing Settle 737 Max-Related Claims

Funds airline SpiceJet stated on Wednesday US planemaker Boeing had agreed to settle the excellent claims associated to the grounding of its 737 MAX plane.

The announcement from the nation’s second-largest airline comes a day after billionaire investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala-backed Akasa Air positioned an order for 72 Boeing 737 MAX jets valued at almost $9 billion at record costs.

“Boeing has agreed to supply sure lodging and settle the excellent claims associated to the grounding of 737 MAX plane and its return to service,” SpiceJet stated in a submitting to the home inventory exchanges.

The settlement will permit the resumption of latest plane deliveries from SpiceJet’s order of 155 MAX plane, the airline stated, including that it’s going to additionally pave the way in which for inducing “environment friendly and youthful MAX plane” into its fleet.

SpiceJet is Boeing’s greatest buyer within the South Asian nation for the MAX planes.

India’s air security regulator had cleared in August the 737 MAX plane to fly after a close to two-and-a-half-year regulatory grounding following two deadly crashes in 2019.

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