WestJet has published a preview of its 2022/2023 winter schedule, and as usual the Canadian airline highlights a special prominence to the sun and beach destinations of Mexico and the Caribbean.
In this regard, the company has highlighted that for the winter it will recover a total of 17 routes that were eliminated during the coronavirus pandemic.
Among the referred routes is the link to the Dominican Republic from Toronto to Samaná with a weekly frequency starting December 17.
The other routes are: Calgary (Canada) – Varadero (Cuba): one weekly frequency beginning November 5. Toronto (Canada) – Cayo Coco (Cuba): one weekly frequency as of November 5. Comox (Canada) – Puerto Vallarta (Mexico): one weekly frequency beginning November 5. Regina (Canada) – Cancun (Mexico): two weekly frequencies starting November 13.
WestJet’s new schedule represents a 45% increase in flights to sun and beach destinations compared to winter 2021. It also represents a 60% increase in international flights, according to Travel Week.