WestJet Adds Mexico Flights From Vancouver

WestJet is expanding its winter schedule serving British Columbia’s Lower Mainland, enhancing its sun and leisure connectivity from Vancouver International Airport to some of Mexico’s most popular destinations.

Additionally, as part of its connectivity to Mexico, WestJet has added weekly non-stop service between Vancouver and Ixtapa.

Chris Avery, WestJet Vice-President, Network Planning, Alliances and Commercial Development, said: “We are thrilled to bring more opportunity for our guests across B.C.’s Lower Mainland to seamlessly connect to their favourite destinations across Mexico this winter.”

Avery continued: “In alignment with our strategy, we are proud to add Vancouver to the list of Canadian communities through which we are creating extensive and affordable opportunities for our guests to plan their winter getaways.”

Out of Vancouver, WestJet will be serving Cancun, Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, Huatulco, along with Ixtapa.

With a 14% increase to its capacity serving Mexico from Vancouver International Airport this winter, the airline will provide the most seats connecting Vancouver to Mexico connecting than any other airline.

Further enhancing its sun and leisure connectivity from the Lower Mainland region, WestJet’s network expansion also brings increased sun flying options from Abbotsford this winter, offering flights to Puerto Vallarta and Los Cabos.

In addition to WestJet’s new sun connections serving the Lower Mainland, Sunwing Airlines, as a new but integral part of the WestJet Group, is further strengthening the regions leisure travel opportunities with an extensive winter schedule serving Vancouver International Airport.

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