WestJet To Improve Premium Economy On 737s

Credit: Boeing
In a play to attract more high-end corporate business, WestJet will begin blocking middle seats on its Boeing 737s for customers who book what it calls “plus fares,” while it installs a more-luxurious premium product on its Boeing 767s. WestJet will stop short of a true business-class cabin on its...

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