Citing strict cost management and efficiencies gained from operating an all-737NG fleet, WestJet reported third-quarter net income of C$52.8 million ($46.9 million), a 74.3% increase from the C$30.3 million earned in the year-ago quarter and the highest quarterly profit in its history. "A significant accomplishment for this quarter was our ability to control costs," President Sean Durfy said. "CASM, excluding fuel, was down 1.1% this quarter. This was a result of prudent cost management in ...

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