WestJet Airlines is ramping up its winter schedule, adding new routes as more Canadians get back to travelling.
The Calgary-based airline announced Monday that it will be adding new domestic and international routes in December in the wake of increasing travel demand, bringing the total number of destinations it serves to 95.
“As Canadians’ confidence in travel grows, the return of service to 95 destinations marks a major milestone in rebuilding our network to pre-pandemic levels,” John Weatherill, WestJet’s chief commercial officer, said in a statement.
“We have our sights set on restoring our global network to reach more than 100 destinations and continue to focus on alleviating the current travel barriers in place for our guests.”
WestJet will see its service out of Toronto expand to 55 destinations, including 26 international routes, 17 domestic and 12 transborder to the United States…