Calgary-based WestJet returned to the black for the fourth quarter and full year 2005, earning C$1 million ($0.87 million) and C$24 million respectively against losses of C$46.3 million and C$17.2 million in the comparable 2004 periods. "WestJet achieved a significant turnaround during the last quarter. . .even though net income remained disappointing," President and CEO Clive Beddoe said during a webcast. "We remained profitable during a period when jet fuel prices escalated to ...

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