Swoop, Westjet's ULCC offshoot, has placed its fourth aircraft into service--a three-year-old Boeing 737-800 that continues the pattern of building the subsidiary's fleet with some of WestJet's youngest aircraft. The new aircraft, C-FONK, was originally delivered to WestJet in October 2015. It joins three other 737s delivered between April and July 2015 and transferred to Swoop this year, Aviation Week Fleet Discovery data show. The ULCC launched June 20. Calgary-based Swoop will use new ...

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