WestJet is investing up to $30 million to develop a reservation system and other new technology that will enable it to begin codeshare operations with other carriers as early as 2007, CEO Clive Beddoe said yesterday at the Raymond James Growth Airline Conference in New York. "We see it as a growth opportunity for us," Beddoe told ATWOnline. Air Canada "has abandoned" a large numbers of carriers because of its relationship with Star Alliance, he added. Several airlines, including legacy ...

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