Canadian low-cost airline WestJet plans to take delivery of four used widebody aircraft by late 2015, signaling that the nearly 20-year-old carrier likely is preparing to expand into more overseas markets. When WestJet announced its intentions early this month, it declined to say which aircraft it will obtain or where the models will come from, but given its network, the Boeing 767 or Airbus A330 make the most sense. After flying the widebodies on short flights for about two months, WestJet ...

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