WestJet’s New Look

The Canadian low-cost carrier has offered a first look at its incoming Boeing 787 Dreamliners, on which it will debut its business class product along with a striking new livery. Airliner World reports.

Canadian carrier WestJet has unveiled an updated corporate livery and onboard product to coincide with the arrival of its first Boeing 787 Dreamliners early next year.

Calgary-based WestJet is introducing a refreshed livery, logo and cabin interior to coincide with the arrival of its first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. The Canadian lowcost carrier is due to receive its first of ten examples early next year and has options for another ten.

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