Regulatory holdups will delay WestJet’s plans to reconfigure its Boeing 737 fleet with four rows of premium economy seating until the first quarter of 2013. The Canadian low-cost carrier intended to complete the work by the end of the year, but during the company’s third-quarter results conference call President and CEO Gregg Saretsky said the airline still needs regulatory approval to proceed. The initial issue stemmed from challenges testing the new seats with WestJet’s seat ...
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