Although WestJet Airlines continues to explore the possibility of flying widebody aircraft to emerging markets in Latin America, Asia and the Middle East, the carrier still believes it can make money by launching new service to Europe, despite considerable competition on many key routes.  WestJet will not make an announcement on which international markets it will serve with its four used Boeing 767s until early this summer, but CEO Gregg Saretsky told Aviation Daily the airline is ...

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