WestJet 737-700. By Rob Finlayson Calgary-based low-cost carrier WestJet (WS) reported second-quarter net income of C$42.5 million ($42.4 million), up 65.9% over a C$25.6 million net profit in the prior-year period. It also announced it will move away from a one-class passenger product by introducing a premium economy section in the cabins of its 737NGs next year. President and CEO Gregg Saretsky said in a statement, “Momentum continues at WestJet and we are very pleased with the ...

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