WestJet reported net income of C$119.4 million ($91.4 million) in the third quarter, up 70% from a restated C$70.1 million in the year-ago period, as a record load factor and improved yield boosted revenue. The Canadian LCC’s revenue totaled C$1.4 billion, a 10.5% year-over-year (YOY) increase. Operating expenses were up 3.9% to C$1.2 billion. Unit revenue increased 11% to 15.76 cents, while unit costs were up 4.4% to 13.64 cents and CASM-ex fuel rose 9.5% to 9.96 cents. Systemwide ...

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