Calgary-based WestJet next year will start flying Boeing 767-300ERs, the first widebody aircraft the low-cost carrier (LCC) will operate since its 1996 founding. The announcement about the 767s came as WestJet reported second-quarter net income of C$51.8 million ($47.9 million), up 15.9% over a net profit of C$44.7 million in the prior-year period and the highest-ever June quarter profit in the airline’s history. “We’ve got some good momentum and we’re going to keep ...

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