WestJet announced today it will add four new sun destinations and extend two more from seasonal to year-round as part of its 2012-2013 winter schedule. The new Caribbean destinations are Antigua and Barbuda, Curacao and Costa Rica*, all from Toronto Pearson International Airport. The airline’s newest Mexican destination is Manzanillo, via Calgary International Airport.
Details of WestJet’s new, seasonal non-stop service include:
|Toronto – Antigua and Barbuda||Twice weekly||Wednesday, Sunday||October. 28, 2012-April. 24, 2013|
|Toronto – Curacao||Weekly||Sunday||October. 28, 2012-April. 21, 2013|
|Toronto – Liberia, Costa Rica||Twice weekly||Monday, Saturday||October. 29, 2012-April. 27, 2013|
|Calgary – Manzanillo||Weekly||Friday||November. 2, 2012-April. 26, 2013|
“The addition of these new sun destinations as part of our 2012-2013 winter schedule demonstrates our ongoing strategic focus on expanding our offerings within the popular sun destination market,” said John MacLeod, WestJet Vice-President, Alliances, Strategy and Chief Network Officer. “With some two dozen Caribbean hotspots and seven destinations in Mexico, Canadians looking for the sun this winter will have no shortage of choices for their getaway vacations.”
WestJet’s upcoming winter schedule will also extend non-stop service between Toronto Pearson and Kingston, Jamaica, from seasonal to year-round status, and increase non-stop service between Aruba and Toronto Pearson from once to twice weekly.
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