WestJet 737-700. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. WestJet posted 2010 net income of C$136.7 million ($138 million), up 39.3% over a C$98.2 million profit in 2009, on a 14.5% jump in revenue to C$2.61 billion. Despite the strong results, the fast-growing carrier announced Wednesday it will defer delivery of six 737NGs from 2012-2015 to 2017-2018. "Our controllable costs remain in check and we feel our low-cost structure and fuel-efficient fleet have us well equipped to withstand fuel ...

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