WestJet to Add Dozens of New Flights in the Fall

By Jesse Sokolow on 26 July 2016
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DSC_0514Canadian low-cost carrier WestJet announced its winter schedule Monday.

The Calgary-based airline said it plans to add a number of new routes to both domestic and international destinations starting later this year.

New routes include non-stop weekly service between Regina and Orlando, Florida, to start October 27 and new flights from Toronto to destinations that include Aruba; Kingston, Jamaica; Myrtle Beach; San Jose and Liberia, Costa Rica, and Port of Spain.

The carrier will also add 19 weekly flights between Kelowna and Vancouver, as well as two additional weekly flights to Calgary. WestJet will also increase its service between Halifax and Sydney, Nova Scotia.

In addition, WestJet said it plans to extend some of its current seasonal flights through the winter, including its Vancouver-Montreal route, and its flights between Toronto and Gander, Los Angeles, Nashville, and Brandon.

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