On January 10, 2016 WestJet celebrated its first flight from Alberta to Hawaii using its own Boeing 767-300 extended-range aircraft. The airline will operate two 767s from Calgary and Edmonton to Honolulu and Maui. The airline has recently received Extended-range Twin-engine Operation (ETOPS) certification for long range transoceanic wide-body operations. It will fly its very own recently acquired and now ETOPS-certified Boeing 767-300ER fleet on this route for the first time. Previously WestJet seasonally leased Boeing 757-200s from several airlines to carry out the Hawaiian route on their behalf; including from North American Airlines and Thomas Cook. “As we enter
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