WestJet to Expand Toronto Hub

By Jesse Sokolow on 26 January 2016
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DSC_0514WestJet announced that it plans to add several new routes and additional flights on existing routes out of its hub at Toronto Pearson International Airport this summer. The carrier will also add various new routes and extra to and from other Canadian airports.

The Calgary-based airline will inaugurate service to Los Angeles, Nashville, and Boston from Toronto this year, and increase service to Orlando, Tampa, Fort Lauderdale, and Myrtle Beach. The company will also increase the flight frequency between Toronto and various Canadian destinations, including Ottawa, Montreal, and Fredericton, New Brunswick.

In addition, WestJet will increase its service from Ottawa to Halifax, and will launch new flights from Vancouver to San Diego. The carrier also plans to add extra flights on its routes between Vancouver and Los Angeles, Honolulu, and Maui, while new service between Calgary and Thunder Bay, Ontario is also scheduled to begin this year.

With the new and additional flights, WestJet and WestJet Encore will operate approximately 4,590 flights per week to over 100 destinations by the end of this summer, including 38 in Canada, 27 in the United States, 33 in the Caribbean and Mexico, and three in Europe.

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