WestJet President and CEO Sean Durfy said that based on the LCC's current growth strategy, it could control as much as half of the domestic Canadian market by 2013. The carrier currently holds about a 35% share compared to Air Canada's 65%. Durfy told a Raymond James investors conference in London yesterday that with 50 737NGs set to be added that will bring its total fleet to 118 by 2013, in addition to market share gains of 2-3 percentage points annually, WestJet expects a share in the ...

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