WestJet Airlines will wet-lease two Boeing 767s from Omni Air International for one month beginning on Dec. 11 due to a delay in receiving its own ETOPS certification, an airline spokesman said. The Calgary-based low-cost carrier is in the process of taking four used Boeing 767-300ERs, all of which once flew for Qantas, as part of a deal with Boeing Capital. When WestJet said earlier this year that it would fly between Alberta and Hawaii beginning in December, it expected those aircraft ...

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