SpiceJet may have to shell out more for leasing aircraft


SpiceJet, which grounded 13 Boeing Max 737 planes, may have to shell out more for leasing aircraft as rentals have shot through the roof.

The grounding of over 300 of Boeing 737 Max 8 planes across the globe, following two crashes, has sent aircraft lease rentals soaring, according to airline insiders.

Two senior executives of different domestic airlines, who spoke to DNA Money anonymously, said post the decision by most carriers around the globe to not fly the Max 8 planes till the fault in its software was fixed has led to a scarcity of Boeing planes in the market. Read More

You may also read!

Indian airports to now get body scanners as govt steps up security measures

Airline passengers having to raise their arms before physical frisking begins at airports will now be a thing of

Read More...

Here is what you need to know about Jet Airways’ slot allocation

Jet Airways suspended operations for an interim but indefinite period of time exactly a week ago at 1900 IST.

Read More...

2 Japanese P 3C Long Range Maritime Reconnaissance aircraft arrive in Goa to participate in joint exercise with Indian Navy

Two Japanese P 3C Long Range Maritime Reconnaissance aircraft arrived in Goa on April 23, 2019, to participate in

Read More...

Leave a reply:

Your email address will not be published.

Mobile Sliding Menu