After an initial delay, WestJet is poised to launch its first capacity-purchase agreement (CPA) next month, the first of what are expected to be several deals that will expand the carrier's network into smaller communities. The deal with Pacific Coastal Airlines (PCA), announced in December, envisioned an early 2018 start date. But PCA hit delays in getting regulatory approvals, forcing WestJet, Canada’s second largest airline, to push the launch to June 20. Initial routes will ...

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