CALGARY — WestJet has launched new daily nonstop service between Toronto and Phoenix.
“Already a popular destination from Western Canada, we are delighted to offer even more nonstop service to the Valley of the Sun,” said Chris Avery, WestJet Vice-President, Network Planning, Alliances and Corporate Development. “With hundreds of golf courses, countless world-class conference and convention facilities, and of course the Grand Canyon, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, Arizona is a must for Canadians looking to escape the winter.”
Roughly 750,000 Canadians visit Arizona every year and about one-quarter of those visitors are from Ontario. The Phoenix Sky Harbour International Airport is one of largest hubs for WestJet partner American Airlines, with access to more than 300 flights daily.
WestJet Vacations offers a variety of accommodation options in Arizona including hotels, resorts and condos, designed to suit every budget. For example, a seven-night stay at the Chaparral Suite Resort in Scottsdale in a one-bedroom suite with full cooked-to-order breakfast daily sells from $999 (taxes included).