The two airlines' new interline agreement allows WestJet and Delta customers to purchase connecting flights on one ticket, receive boarding passes for all segments...

WestJet and Delta Air Lines have begun interlining with each other as the result of a newly signed interline agreement.

The agreement allows WestJet and Delta Air Lines customers to purchase connecting flights on one ticket, receive boarding passes for all segments at their first check-in, and tag bags through to their final destination.


Passengers now can connect between WestJet and Delta flights at more than 25 gateways in Canada and the United States, according to WestJet.

WestJet Boeing 737-76N C-GTWS is photographed on its final approach to Vancouver International Airport. By 2016, the Canadian carrier will be operating up to 135 Boeing 737s

“This news today demonstrates that we continue to deliver on our strategic plan to establish partnerships with airlines from around the world,” says Hugh Dunleavy, WestJet’s executive vice-president, strategy and planning. “Delta is an established, worldwide airline, and this interline agreement will open yet another channel for guests from around the globe to connect to WestJet’s network.”

“Delta is pleased that its customers now have easy access to WestJet’s extensive Canadian network as well as WestJet’s trans-border services between Canada and the United States,” says Charlie Pappas, Delta’s vice president of alliances.

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