WestJet Increases Summer 2024 Flights By 15%

WestJet Increases Summer 2024 Flights By 15%
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WestJet has this week unveiled it’s Summer 2024 expansion plans, which will see the number of flights increase by 15%.

Such increases are across their domestic, leisure and international routes, showing all-rounder growth in new and existing markets.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

WestJet Increases Summer 2024 Flights By 15%…


WestJet Increases Summer 2024 Flights By 15%
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WestJet has laid out the new routes, returning routes, as well as summer extensions for the 2024 schedule, which is coming up in the months ahead:

New RoutesReturning RoutesSummer Extensions
Edmonton-AtlantaHalifax-DublinCalgary-Honolulu
Edmonton-NashvilleHalifax-London (LGW)Calgary-Maui
Edmonton-San FranciscoHalifax-OrlandoCalgary-Punta Cana
Vancouver-DetroitSt. John’s-OrlandoCalgary-Varadero
Halifax-EdinburghToronto-DublinVancouver-Phoenix
St. John’s-London (LGW)Toronto-EdinburghEdmonton-Phoenix
Regina-MinneapolisToronto-ProvidencialesEdmonton-Orlando
Calgary-SeoulToronto-Puerto Plata
Calgary-ReykjavikToronto-Moncton
Calgary-Deer Lake

Commenting on this further was John Weatherill, WestJet Group Executive Vice-President and Chief Commercial Officer:

“Our 2024 summer schedule continues to deliver on our commitment to make critical investments across Canada, providing more affordable options for Canadians and international visitors to connect with the people and places that matter the most”.

“This summer will see the return of seasonal, leisure-focused flying, to connect Eastern and Western Canada, and substantial growth in service to sun destinations, further cementing our position as Canada’s leading leisure airline.”

“At our global hub in Calgary and cities across the country, WestJet’s schedule supports Canada’s visitor economy with more than 75,000 seats arriving each week from Europe, Asia and the United States.”

All eyes will be on how the Summer 2024 season will perform for WestJet, as it could provide additional growth in the years ahead.

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