Canadian airline WestJet released exciting news today. The airline signed for another 42 MAX 10s plus 22 options as part of its growth plans. The airline has 23 MAX 8s yet to be delivered from a previous order. “With this additional order, the WestJet Group...
Emirates and Air Canada intend to establish a new codeshare partnership later this year. The partnership is the second for Emirates in Canada after the existing one with WestJet. The two airlines say that the codeshare will offer “enhanced consumer travel choices for...
How do airline bosses and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) rate the current delays and cancelations in air travel, caused by staff shortages? AirInsight asked some of them from across the globe for their views at this week’s Annual General Meeting in...
Another North American (ultra)-low-cost carrier is adding the Boeing MAX 8 to its fleet. Swoop, the ULCC subsidiary of WestJet, will take delivery of six MAX 8s until this summer to grow its fleet to sixteen aircraft, it announced on February 9. Boeing Swoops another...
After a severe lockdown that brought the Canadian travel industry to its knees, it appears a recovery is underway. August and September saw good traffic bounces, albeit from shocking lows. July was +138% over June and August was +62% from July. The following chart...
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