SpiceJet Brings Back the Boeing 737 Max for Commercial Flights
The Saturday morning marked the first commercial flight deployed using the carrier’s first MAX 8. The flight departed from the national capital of India at 13:59 local time and was delayed by approximately 90 minutes.
- SpiceJet had made no prior announcement regarding the return of MAX on its social media or any press releases.
- The initiation of the MAX by SpiceJet comes under 72 hours after both the companies reached an agreement.
- The MAX aircrafts are operating in all major global markets except for China.
SpiceJet, India’s one of the major airlines, have resumed its operations using Boeing 737 Max, which was grounded for the past 30 months. The passenger service on the carrier began on Saturday prior to which the airplane VT-MXH and Max 8 were taken on a test flight to check functionality. The test flight was one hour long between the cities of Delhi and Jaipur. The carriers flew over the city before landing back on the ground. The flights have been resumed three months after getting approval from DGCA.
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