Canada’s WestJet posted a 2018 second-quarter net loss of C$20.8 million ($15.9 million), falling into the red as rising fuel prices and other challenges overwhelmed rising revenues and passenger loads. While some of the headwinds are easing, the carrier is slowing its planned growth in direct response to fuel prices. "The impact of the threat of industrial action, in combination with the dramatic increase in fuel price and competitive capacity provided particularly significant ...

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