WestJet has taken delivery of its first Boeing 767-300ER, adding a widebody aircraft to its fleet for the first time. The Calgary-based low-cost carrier (LCC) has operated an all-737 fleet since its founding in 1996, and in 2013 launched a Bombardier Q400 regional subsidiary called WestJet Encore. The airline is slated to take delivery of four 767-300ERs over the next eight months, with the fourth expected to arrive just before it launches 767 flights to London Gatwick in May 2016. The ...

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