WestJet has firmed up an order of 42 737-10s with an option of additional 22 aircraft for network expansion and long-term sustainability goals. WestJet launched operations in 1966 with three 737s and since then has grown its all-Boeing fleet to over 100 aircraft including the 737-8 and 787 Dreamliner. Alexis von Hoensbroech, WestJet Group chief executive officer, said: “The 737-10 will be a game changer, with one of the lowest costs per seat among mid-range aircraft. This will foster our low-cost positioning and affordability for Canadians. In addition, with its lower fuel consumption and reduced emissions, the 737-10 will further
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