WestJet now flying year-round to Europe
WestJet will now be flying year-round to London from Calgary and Toronto, starting in May.
Published Wednesday, January 6, 2016 8:38AM MST
Last Updated Wednesday, January 6, 2016 9:10AM MST
Calgary-based WestJet has now announced new year-round service for its two non-stop transatlantic flights, giving fliers more access to travel destinations overseas.
Starting in May, flights from Calgary and Toronto to London will now operate on a year-round basis, three times weekly and daily respectively through the winter.
Service from Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, and St. John’s will continue with seasonal service, announced back in September 2015.
Fares, currently under a system-wide seat sale, are $271 one way from Toronto and $349 one way from Calgary, including taxes, fees, and charges.
For more information on flights, you can visit WestJet’s website.