MIAMI — Canadian carrier WestJet announced its winter 2017 flight schedule, which includes new flights to its domestic and international networks.
Scheduled to start in late October, highlights from the airline’s winter schedule include additional domestic routes from its base in Toronto to Vancouver, Ottawa and Moncton.
Also, new international destinations out of Toronto will include Myrtle Beach in the United States, Aruba, Kingston in Jamaica, San Jose and Liberia in Costa Rica, Port of Spain in Trinidad and Tobago and St. Martin.
Besides the flights to Toronto, WestJet is set to add 41 new weekly flights from Vancouver to Kelowna and Prince George, B.C., Los Angeles, Honolulu and the Mexican cities of Cancun and Cabo San Lucas.
This winter, the airline will operate an average of 642 daily flights to 95 destinations including 36 in Canada, 25 in the United States and 34 in Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America and Europe.
Combining summer and winter routes, this year WestJet will operate an average of 639 daily flights to 101 destinations including 38 in Canada, 27 in the United States and 36 in Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America and Europe.