WestJet this fall plans to make its long-awaited jump south across the U.S. border, as part of its overall expansion plan that will likely increase pressure on rival Air Canada. The carrier's summer schedule will see the addition of 120 additional weekly nonstop flights throughout its current network. The schedule will be introduced in four phases with groups of new flights starting May 1, June 15, June 26, and July 5. CEO Clive Beddoe said the domestic boost will be focused on ...

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