WestJet increases frequencies and destinations to Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, and Hawaii


The Canadian airline announced that it will operate more flights to the Caribbean, Central America, Hawaii, and Mexico during January.

WestJet‘s flight schedule adds new destinations such as Liberia (Costa Rica) and Ixtapa / Zihuatanejo (Mexico) with a weekly frequency in both cases. These air routes will be operated from Calgary.

In addition, the company announced the resumption of flights between Kona (Hawaii) and Vancouver (one weekly flight) and between Aruba and Toronto (one weekly flight).

From January 8th and January 23rd, WestJet will begin operating with its Boeing 787s the Calgary – Cancun (3 weekly flights) and Calgary – Puerto Vallarta routes respectively (6 weekly flights).

Making a summary of what is expected for the month of January, the airline will offer flights to a total of 57 destinations: 33 in Canada, 10 in the United States, six in Mexico, six in the Caribbean, one in Europe, and one in Central America.

Arved von zur Muehlen, WestJet Commercial Director, said: “With the new destinations and the introduction of our Dreamliner service in Cancun and Puerto Vallarta, passengers can book with the added peace of mind of knowing that our flexible change and cancellation policies remain in place. valid for the new year.

It should be remembered that Canadians who travel abroad are subject to a 14-day quarantine upon returning to the country if they are not eligible for the COVID-19 testing program called “Alberta.”

Source: aviacionline.com

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