WestJet to use Q400s out of Toronto

Victoria
By Victoria June 7, 2013 10:50

WestJet to use Q400s out of Toronto

WestJet has indicated that it could flying its new Q400 turboprop planes out of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport should any slots become available.
WestJet CEO Gregg Saretsky said the company’s focus right now is on launching its new Encore service in western Canada but he wouldn’t rule out trying to get a place at the island airport.
WestJet will use its first two 78-seat Bombardier planes for Encore, which launches regional service in Western Canada on June 24.
Meanwhile, the airline’s load factor for May dipped slightly as passenger traffic increased less than capacity grew. The airline’s load factor slipped by 0.7 point from a year ago to 78.5% in May. WestJet’s capacity rose by 9.1% or 161 million available seat miles.

Victoria
By Victoria June 7, 2013 10:50
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