WestJet, JetBlue Airways and Southwest Airlines are making significant changes to their fleets this year, auguring shifts in strategies for three of the largest North American hybrid airlines. The airlines, which bill themselves as low-cost carriers (LCC), occupy a middle ground in the North American airline marketplace—they are not hub-and-spoke carriers like Delta Air Lines and United Airlines, for example, but neither are they no-frills like Spirit Airlines and Frontier ...

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