India's Jet Airways Agrees To Buy 75 Boeing 737 MAX Jets Worth $8.8bn

India’s Jet Airways Ltd has entered into an agreement to buy 75 Boeing Co 737 MAX narrowbody jets, worth $8.8 billion, to meet passenger demand which has shown no sign of abating after years of growth. India’s Jet Airways Ltd has entered into an agreement to buy 75 Boeing Co 737 MAX narrowbody jets, worth $8.8 billion, to meet passenger demand which has shown no sign of abating after years of growth. The latest agreement comes as Indian airlines rush to expand fleets to meet ever-increasing demand for domestic as well as international flights, making it one of the most targeted sales markets for Boeing and European rival Airbus SE.
 

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When you have a market as large as India, who needs China?:)

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Good news. I remembered 8 months ago India bought a six Boeing Co Apache helicopters in a deal worth close to $654.6 million...Excellent cooperation in two segments: military and civilian :)

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Wow that's incredible. Looking forward to one day riding one of these. 

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Just now, Sajadmiah said:

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Thanks

 

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