Canadian low-cost airline WestJet is finalizing the pricing structure for its new Premium Economy offering.
The airline plans to introduce the Premium Economy seats in its Boeing 737-600/700/800 aircraft fleet – WestJet has almost 100 craft to reconfigure. The Premium Economy section in the aircraft will have 4 rows with 24 seats and a seat pitch of 36 inches.
The airline is developing the new pricing structure after studying the premium economy pricing models of various airlines across the world and is expected to finalize it by 2012 year-end.
More information was in an article on the apex.aero blog, which is no longer available.