WASHINGTON—Canadian carrier WestJet has taken delivery of its first of 10 Boeing 787-9s to serve new international routes. The airline has 10 787s on order and options for 10 more. Calgary-based WestJet’s first international 787 route will connect Calgary and London Gatwick, starting Apr. 28. WestJet currently flies the seasonal route using 767s. On May 17, it will add Calgary-Paris Charles de Gaulle to its 787 network. Calgary-Dublin service will start June ...

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