The WestJet Group said it has reached a “tentative” deal with WestJet and Swoop pilots for a second collective bargaining agreement. The announcement, made in the early hours of May 19, came as the pilots were preparing to go on strike and after the carrier had announced the reduction of its network. WestJet said the agreement means it is “ramping up its operations as quickly and efficiently as possible”. However, it warned that “the full resumption of operations will take time”, telling passengers to check the status of flights before going to an airport. “The WestJet Group is pleased to
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