As part of its 2019/2020 seasonal winter schedule, WestJet is taking off with increased frequency and improved connectivity from its hubs to more destinations across its network.
The carrier’s seasonal schedule for winter 2019/2020 features more flights from Calgary, Vancouver and Toronto to domestic, transborder, international and sun destinations and includes WestJet’s seasonal service to both Paris and Nashville from Calgary, commencing earlier than past years on March 12 (Paris) and March 16 (Nashville).
As well, WestJet’s popular daily summer seasonal service between Calgary and Portland (PDX) will also extend through winter.
Arved von zur Muehlen, chief commercial officer for WestJet, said: “By executing on our hub strategy, we’re improving schedules not only for guests in Calgary, Vancouver, and Toronto, but also building thousands of new connections for guests across the country.”
He noted as well that: “This winter Canadians have more flights and better access to popular leisure and business destinations and will benefit from schedule improvements, frequency increases and improved connectivity across our growing global network.”
For winter, WestJet’s 787-9 Dreamliner will also fly between Calgary and Maui and as previously announced, the airline’s new weekly non-stop service between Victoria International Airport (YYJ) and Los Cabos Mexico International Airport (SJD) begins November 5, 2019 and service between Calgary and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (PUJ) commences on December 14, 2019.
Go to www.westjet.com/flight-schedules-new for more.