WestJet plans to operate Boeing 767-300 flights from Canada to London Gatwick starting in the 2016 spring. The Calgary-based low-cost carrier is taking delivery of its first widebody aircraft—four 767-300s—this year and will initially fly the aircraft between Canada and Hawaii. It announced Tuesday that Gatwick will be its first widebody transatlantic service; the carrier does operate 737-700 flights between St. John’s, Newfoundland and Dublin. WestJet did not disclose ...

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