SpiceJet says Boeing Max compensation offer more than recognized2 min read . Updated: 15 Sep 2020, 06:28 PM IST
SpiceJet, which had 13 Boeing 737 Max jets in its fleet when they were grounded worldwide, has added ₹860 crore as other income from compensation and related foreign exchange gains in the past five quarters, the company said
SpiceJet Ltd., one of the world’s biggest customers for Boeing Co.’s now-grounded 737 Max jets, said an interim offer of compensation from the US planemaker is higher than what the Indian budget carrier recognized earlier.
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