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WestJet signs strategic partnership agreement with ATCO


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WestJet to become primary flight provider for ATCO; ATCOenergy named official energy provider for WestJet's Calgary Campus

CALGARY, Nov. 5, 2018 /CNW/ - WestJet announced today it has reached a multi-year agreement as the primary flight provider for ATCO and its employees beginning in early November.

 

As part of the partnership agreement, ATCOenergy will also become the official energy provider for WestJet's Calgary Campus and will power WestJet's new 787 Hangar scheduled to open in 2019.

"We're delighted to see this strategic partnership come to life between two Calgary companies," said Ed Sims, WestJet President and CEO. "It's important for us to work together and we're grateful to have the support of a strong Alberta-based company like ATCOenergy to power our new hangar. We're looking forward to servicing ATCO's business and leisure needs across our global network that now includes direct access to Europe from Calgary on our 787-9 Dreamliners."

"ATCO is extremely pleased to announce our strategic partnership with WestJet," said Nancy Southern, ATCO Chair & CEO. "We are both strong Alberta-based companies expanding our global footprints. This partnership will enable greater access and ease of travel for the people of ATCO meeting with our customers and partners across Canada, the United States, Mexico and abroad."

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44 minutes ago, J.O. said:

Sorry, what’s an ITB?

Not 100% sure but I think it stands for International Terminal Building. Which in YYC is indeed a Papa Oscar Sierra. 

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