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Airlines Amazon purchases 11 767-300 Freighter aircraft

Amazon Air has announced, that it has purchased 11 Boeing 767-300 Freighter aircraft.

Airlines WestJet to be acquired by Onex

WestJet has announced that it has accepted an offer for nearly US$5 billion from Toronto-based company Onex.

Airlines WestJet and Air France strengthen partnership

WestJet has announced, that it has expanded its relationship with French flag-carrier Air France.

Industry WestJet takes delivery of first 787 Dreamliner

Canadian low-cost carrier WestJet has taken delivery of its first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.


Airlines WestJet announces Calgary as home to initial B787 hub

Canadian carrier WestJet has announced to base its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner at Calgary Airport.

Start-Ups Swoop eyes international operations

In the second half of 2018, Swoop is planning to launch international operations. The Ultra-Low-Cost carrier eyes to commence domestic operations in June 2018.

Airlines WestJet unveils Boeing 787-9 configuration and new livery

Canada´s WestJet has unveiled the cabin configuration of its Boeing 787-9. The aircraft will wear a new livery, which will be adopted on the entire fleet, beginning June 2018.

Airlines JetBlue considers transatlantic flights

The US low cost carrier JetBlue is considering to enter into the long haul market by connecting its West coast hubs with destinations in Europe.

Airlines Delta and WestJet announce Joint Venture

Delta Air Lines and WestJet have agreed to deepen their existing partnership by entering into a joint venture.

Airlines WestJet to introduce WestJet link

The Canadian airline WestJet has announced the launch of a new WestJet Link service, that will connect smaller airports with WestJet’s hub at the Calgary International Airport. WestJet Link will offer flights from Calgary to Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Cranbrook, Lloydminster and Prince George.

Start-Ups Canadian WestJet brands new ultra-low-cost airline Swoop Airlines

WestJet has announced the name and logo for its ultra-low-cost airline (ULCC) in Canada. Named Swoop, the ULCC will begin selling flights in early 2018.

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