CALGARY, Canada—WestJet Airlines regional-subsidiary WestJet Encore has received all required approvals to fly to the U.S., a move that should open new markets which the carrier has been unable to serve and allow it to more forcefully compete with Air Canada, company executives told the Aviation Daily.  Final approval came about two weeks ago, and WestJet is working on lining up codeshare and interline agreements, a process it estimates will take about two months. WestJet believes ...

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