As part of its 2017 summer schedule, WestJet will once again fly its Halifax to Gander, Nfld. route, with service starting daily on April 30.
Overall, WestJet’s guests in Atlantic Canada have a total of 31 non-stop routes and 21 different WestJet destinations to choose from. WestJet has increased its capacity out of this region by 75% in the last 10 years and now accounts for 62% of the capacity growth of all of the airlines that serve the Atlantic provinces.
WestJet will also offer seasonal service between Calgary and Nashville, Tennessee, as part of its summer scheduling.
Other highlights include: Additional flights from Toronto to a number of Canadian and international destinations including Orlando, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Montreal and Moncton; an increase of four new weekly flights between Vancouver and Hamilton, Ont. as well as the addition of a daily flight to San Francisco; service from Calgary will increase with six additional weekly flights to Toronto, and the addition of a once-daily flight to both Winnipeg and Regina; service from Edmonton to Kelowna will increase by 12 weekly flights and by one additional weekly flight to Las Vegas; service from Kelowna to Winnipeg will increase by one weekly flight for a total of four times weekly; extension of existing winter service increases through the summer, including six daily flights between Vancouver and Kelowna, and five daily flights from Vancouver to Prince George.