WestJet reported second-quarter net income of C$30.2 million ($29.5 million), up 161.4% from an C$11.5 million profit in the year-ago period, on a 23.6% lift in revenue to C$616 million. The Calgary-based LCC conceded that last year's quarterly results were affected by one-time costs associated with scrapping installation of the aiRES reservation system; excluding those charges, second-quarter 2007 income was C$33.7 million. This year's result represented a 10.4% earnings decrease excluding ...

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