WestJet continues to wait on regulatory approval from Transport Canada to reconfigure its Boeing 737 fleet with four rows of premium economy seating, delaying the project further into 2013. The Canadian low-cost carrier in August announced the plan to modify the seating of Boeing 737-600s, 737-700s, and 737-800s, with the expectation of finishing the project by the end of the year. During the carrier’s third-quarter conference call in November, President and CEO Gregg Saretsky said the ...
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