WestJet: no Toronto – Montreal this winter

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The airline company WestJet presented his winter program emphasizing service to St John’s, but also including suspension several lines including those connecting Toronto to Montreal, Los Angeles or New York-LaGuardia among others.

The Canadian company presented on July 24, 2023 its program for the next winter season, reaffirming its commitment to offer air access to the airport of St. John’s : it includes for the very first time a new link operated all year round since Calgary with two flights per week, as well as the return of a popular service to “Sunny Florida” with Orlando from the end of October 2023 until June 2024 and Tampa between March and the end of May 2024 (one weekly rotation each).

WestJet’s ambitious growth plan is based on expanding options for our guests to connect easily and affordably between Eastern and Western Canada and travel south to the hot destinations they love said Andrew Gibbons, WestJet Vice President, External Affairs, in a statement. ” We have been proudly investing in Newfoundland and Labrador for over two decades and are delighted to be here today alongside our valued partners to share this news and reaffirm our commitment to the region and our valued guests and partners. “.

WestJet, on the other hand, does not mention Toronto Pearsonhence several destinations will not be offered during the winter: Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau will in particular not be served from October 29 to April 17 according to AeroRoutes, nor will Los Angeles, New York-LaGuardia, phoenixTHE Bermuda Or San Juan. The frequencies, on the other hand, will be reinforced to airports such as Aruba, Belize, Cancun, Cozumel, Curaçao, Cayman Islands, Montego Bay, Nassau, Saint Lucia or Saint Martin-Juliana.

As part of the WestJet group, Sunwing Airlines further bolsters leisure and sun flight options across the country. Together, the WestJet Group, WestJet and Sunwing Airlines, “will offer the most seats across Canada to popular sun destinations in Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America this winter.” With its recently released winter schedule, Sunwing “continues to place a strong emphasis on the leisure brand’s Eastern roots, increasing capacity in Atlantic Canada by 26% from 2022.”

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