WestJet's MAX Purchase Would Cancel 15 737NG Orders

WASHINGTON/LOS ANGELES – WestJet’s plan to order 65 Boeing 737 MAX family aircraft will stretch out its expansion and leave the carrier with a more modern fleet by pushing deliveries into the future and swapping 737NGs for Boeing’s newer narrowbody twin. The letter of intent (LOI), announced Aug. 29...

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