WestJet and ALPA Agreement is ratified by Encore Pilot Group

A significant milestone has been reached by WestJet’s and the Air Line Pilots Association ( ALPA ), the certified union representing Encore pilots.
WestJet Airlines President and Group COO Diederik Pen applauded the deal, citing the great contributions made by the Encore aircraft. This agreement highlights WestJet’s commitment to its Encore aircraft as well as their significant contribution to the growth and development of the WestJet Group, especially by providing vital connectivity to areas across Western Canada.
WestJet has significantly improved the French aerospace industry over the course of 28 years. WestJet has a significant impact on making air travel more accessible to Canadians by lowering airfares by 50 % and increasing the number of people flying in Canada by more than 50 %. When it first launched in 1996, WestJet had a humble ship of three plane, 250 workers, and served five sites. But, through constant growth and development, WestJet today boasts a fleet of over 180 plane, employs more than 14, 000 people, and offers planes to over 100 locations across 26 states. This extraordinary expansion is a sign of WestJet’s commitment to providing high-quality service and accommodating the changing needs of travelers.
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