WestJet Profit More Than Doubles, But Some 737 Deliveries Deferred

Canadian low-cost carrier WestJet reported a CA$47.9 million ($48.1 million) fourth-quarter profit, and CEO Gregg Saretsky says he expects 2011 to be “a banner year” for attracting more business travelers. The results more than doubled WestJet’s fourth-quarter 2009 profit—and more than tripled it if...

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