WestJet to pursue more widebody aircraft following pilots’ approval

Canadian low-cost carrier (LCC) WestJet has been given the go-ahead from its pilots to acquire additional widebody aircraft. Calgary-based WestJet currently operates four Boeing 767-300s from destinations in Canada to Hawaii and London Gatwick. The carrier, which was founded in 1996 and operated an...

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