WestJet Adds Great Sun Destinations + Europe and Canadian Flights for November
October 20, 2020 Admin
Thirty three destinations in Canada, plus five in the U.S., three in Mexico, two in Jamaica and one in Europe.
WestJet has released its updated November schedule featuring more than 215 daily flights to destinations in the United States, Jamaica, Mexico,, Europe, and, of course, Canada. The schedule, starting November 5, 2020, features additional non-stop access to sun destinations from Calgary, Vancouver and Toronto to Palm Springs, Fort Lauderdale, Cancun, Phoenix, Fort Myers, Los Angeles, Puerto Vallarta, and more.
“We continue to update our schedule based on our guests’ needs and are pleased to be providing non-stop service to destinations where many Canadians travel to get some sun on their face,” said Arved von zur Muehlen, WestJet Chief Commercial Officer. “With our offer of free COVID travel insurance, flexible booking and change/cancellation policies and our Safety Above All hygiene program, our guests can book with confidence and set their minds at ease.”
While the airline continues to operate a reduced schedule due to COVID-19, starting November 5, 2020 WestJet will offer flights to 44 destinations including 33 in Canada, five in the U.S., one in Europe, two in Jamaica and three in Mexico. Details on the schedule can be found on WestJet.com, but highlights include Toronto-London Gatwick, Calgary-Los Angeles, Vancouver-Puerto Vallarta and Toronto-Montego Bay.
“WestJet has been a leader in providing safe, hygienic, on-time air travel. We thank our WestJetters for their efforts during this difficult time.” continued von zur Muehlen.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, WestJet has implemented more than 20 additional health and safety measures during the travel journey and continues to evolve its cleaning to meet the needs of guests and WestJetters. Beyond what is already in place through the Safety Above All program, the airline is leaving no stone unturned to uncover additional safety measures.
WestJet is taking a data-driven, science-based approach to develop and evaluate operational policies and practices and review the latest research and recommendations from both internal and third-party experts including the University of Alberta and University of British Columbia.