WestJet has launched flights from Calgary and Edmonton to Hawaii using its own Boeing 767-300ERs, a major step for the Canadian low-cost carrier as it gears up for widebody service to London Gatwick. WestJet, formerly an all-737 operator, took delivery of its first widebody, a 767-300ER, in August 2015. It was the first of four used 767-300ERs that WestJet is adding to its fleet. WestJet planned to start seasonal 767-300ER services from western Canada to Hawaii in December with two of those ...

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