NEW DELHI/SINGAPORE, Jan 12 (Reuters) - India's SpiceJet
is set to seal an order for at least 90 new 737 jets
from Boeing, two sources said on Thursday, an order worth
about $10 billion that will help the low-cost carrier tap into
India's booming air travel market.
The announcement for the 737 MAX aircraft - which includes
at least 42 of the narrowbody jets SpiceJet had previously
agreed to buy from Boeing in 2014 - is expected as early as
Friday when SpiceJet's chairman holds a press event in New
Delhi, the two sources familiar with the matter said.
The two sources declined to be identified ahead of Friday's
(Reporting by Tommy Wilkes and Anshuman Daga; Editing by Tom