LONDON—Canadian carrier WestJet’s ULCC subsidiary Swoop, which launched in June, is planning to grow from six to 10 Boeing 737-800s in 2019 and will consider its further fleet expansion after that. “We’ve had a growth spurt,” Swoop President Steven Greenway told Aviation Daily on the sidelines of the Accelerate Aviation conference in London Nov. 15. “We started flying on June 20 and by the end of the year we’ll have 14 destinations, 18 markets ...

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