WestJet Airlines Looks To Expand Into Long-Haul

Credit: WestJet Airlines
A decade ago, when WestJet Airlines had about 50 Boeing 737s, its executives crunched the numbers and calculated that the airline would saturate the North American market when its fleet reached 90-100 mainline narrowbodies. That left them wondering whether to add new aircraft types or simply slow...

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