WestJet has announced it will acquire four B767-300ERs during late 2015 to launch its first wide-body flights, while the carrier’s regional subsidiary WestJet Encore has converted options to acquire five additional Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 turboprops. The airline stated that the 767s will initially operate routes between cities in Alberta and Hawaii, adding that it “expects to expand its operation into overseas markets starting in the summer of 2016.” WestJet has not stated where it is acquiring the 767s from. WestJet currently serves Hawaii through a partnership with Thomas Cook, which operates the flights using B757-200s. The Hawaii routes include

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