WestJet yesterday announced a revised fleet plan featuring deferred delivery of 16 aircraft and purchase of an additional 14 737-700s that will see the Canadian LCC operating between 112 and 135 planes at the end of 2016. The 14 new aircraft will be delivered in 2015-16. The airline, which currently flies 81 737s, also has 23 leases with Aviation Capital Group up for renewal between 2013 and 2016. WestJet's previous plan called for a fleet of 121 aircraft by 2013 and now provides for between ...

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