WestJet earned C$114.7 million ($97.8 million) for 2006, widened from net earnings of C$24 million in the prior year and the highest profit in the Calgary-based LCC's 10-year history. Fourth-quarter net income was C$26.7 million, up from C$1 million in the year-ago quarter. "We continue to maintain one of the most favorable balance sheets in the airline industry," President Sean Durfy said. "Our corporate health is vibrant with significant advances in our guest loyalty and brand health ...

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