Westjet Airlines plans to take delivery of four used widebody aircraft as soon as fall 2015 that it would initially deploy between Alberta, Canada, and Hawaii after roughly two months of North American familiarization flights, airline officials said July 7. WestJet declined to say what type of aircraft it will obtain or where they will come from, but given the carrier’s route network, the Boeing 767 or Airbus A330 might make the most sense. And while it was only prepared to announce ...
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