WestJet Airlines Ltd. (TSX:WJA) is the second-largest airline in the country. The airline started out two decades ago as a small, low-cost airline serving just five destinations in the west of the country.
In another possible blow to Bombardier Inc., WestJet Airlines Ltd. is in talks with the struggling company to slow down deliveries of the Q400 turboprops it has on order, part of a broader strategy to cope with Alberta's deteriorating economy.
The beginning of February was not a good time for WestJet Airlines Ltd. (TSX:WJA), Canada's second-largest airline. It announced earnings that did not come close to meeting analyst expectations, sending the stock plummeting.
One company that was on my watch list that I didn't buy was WestJet Airlines Ltd. (TSX:WJA). Shares of Canada's second-largest airline temporarily fell to $15 each on fears that travel from the company's Calgary hub would grind to a halt.