WestJet to Increase Frequency on Over 24 Routes

By Jeremy Del Nero on 22 July 2019
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Toronto Pearson International Airport

WestJet, Canada’s second largest airline, announced its new winter schedule on Monday.

The airline plans to increase the frequency of over two dozen flights including flights from its Calgary hub to Paris, London Gatwick, Fort Lauderdale, and Honolulu, as well as flights from Toronto to Kingston, London Gatwick, and Aruba.

Other routes that will see an increase in frequency include Ottawa to Fort Myers and Edmonton to Saskatoon.

In addition, the carrier is introducing new weekly service from Victoria to San Jose Del Cabo starting on November 5, 2019, and from Calgary to Punta Cana on December 14.

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