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WestJet Reconnecting Canada

WestJet is back big time, restoring service and inaugurating new routes across the country.

In Ontario, WestJet is further restoring Ontario’s domestic and interprovincial connectivity with the restart of nine routes to and from destinations across Alberta, British Columbia, Quebec, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador by June 30, 2021.

And in the process, it will inaugurate two new routes from Toronto and Ottawa to Comox and Victoria.

In British Columbia, the Calgary-based carrier is restarting eight routes to and from destinations across Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario. And it is also set to inaugurate 10 new routes by July 5, 2021.

In Saskatchewan, WestJet will restore domestic connectivity and inaugurate five routes to and from destinations across Alberta and British Columbia from Saskatoon and Regina.

In Atlantic Canada, WestJet is further restoring domestic and interprovincial connectivity with the restart of seven routes to and from destinations across Ontario, Alberta, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador.

The airline also announced it will launch its new non-stop service to Charlottetown from Calgary on July 29.

In Alberta, WestJet is further restoring the province’s domestic and interprovincial connectivity with the restart of 10 routes to and from destinations across British Columbia, the Yukon, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Nova Scotia from Calgary, Edmonton and Medicine Hat.

As well, it will also start operation of three new routes to and from Edmonton and begin non-stop service between Calgary and Charlottetown.

Go to www.westjet.com for more.

 

 

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