Can WestJet continue to stand by its fleet of Boeing 737s?

Analysts are questioning WestJet Airlines' allegiance to the Boeing 737. The carrier has 95 in service and 40 more on order. The planes, which seat between 119 and 166 passengers, are too small for certain routes, especially with heightened competition on the horizon, the analysts say.

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