WestJet’s first business-class cabins, the signature feature of its new Boeing 787-9s, will help the carrier revamp its onboard experience throughout its network—part of its strategy to move further away from its low-cost regional carrier roots and become “a global network airline,” WestJet president and CEO Ed Sims said. The Canadian LCC unveiled the first images of its three-class, 320-seat 787 cabin May 8 in Calgary amid a party atmosphere in a hangar full of ...

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