WestJet has a list of flights currently on offer for summer 2021, as well as flights that are so far suspended until at least May 4 or into June

These are all the Canadian destinations WestJet is flying to this summer

CALGARY — WestJet’s domestic program for summer 2021, including flights currently on offer as well as flights that are so far suspended until at least May 4 or into June, can be found here.

The airline announced last month that it was restoring more service to its Canadian network with 11 new routes across the West and Ontario. The routes include new connectivity between the prairie provinces and tourism destinations in B.C.

Also last month WestJet announced it was bringing back flights to Atlantic Canada and Quebec City. Flights to Charlottetown, Fredericton, Moncton, Sydney and Quebec City will be restored starting in June 2021 after service had been suspended indefinitely in November 2020. Flights to Deer Lake and Gander will also be restored, at the end of June.

 

 

WestJet’s site includes a ‘Flight Schedule within Canada’ page that outlines all the changes, the new routes and the temporary suspensions.

“Beginning June 24, 2021 through to June 30, 2021, WestJet will resume flying to Charlottetown, Fredericton, Moncton, Sydney and Quebec City,” says the airline.

Service between St. John’s and Halifax started May 6. Service between St. John’s and Toronto started June 24. 

There’s also a list of WestJet’s new nonstop flights in Western Canada. And a list of temporarily suspended routes. 

Here’s a look:

New non-stop flights:

Routes Frequency Effective from
Toronto – Fort McMurray 2x weekly (Wed, Sun) June 6, 2021
Kelowna – Saskatoon 2x weekly (Thu, Sun) June 24, 2021
Kelowna – Regina 2x weekly (Thu, Sun) June 24, 2021
Saskatoon – Victoria 2x weekly (Thu, Sun) June 24, 2021
Winnipeg – Victoria 3x weekly (Thu, Sat, Sun) June 24, 2021
Edmonton – Kamloops 2x weekly (Thu, Sun) June 24, 2021
Edmonton – Penticton 2x weekly (Thu, Sun) June 24, 2021
Edmonton – Nanaimo 2x weekly (Fri, Sun) June 25, 2021
Prince George – Abbotsford 2x weekly (Fri, Sun) June 25, 2021
Ottawa – Victoria 1x weekly (Sat) June 26, 2021
Toronto – Comox 1x weekly (Sat) June 26, 2021

Routes temporarily suspended:

Routes Previous frequency Service suspended from*
Vancouver – Nanaimo 2x daily April 5 – May 4
Vancouver – Comox 1x daily April 5 – May 4
Vancouver – Fort St. John 1x daily April 5 – May 4
Vancouver – Cranbrook 1x daily April 5 – May 4
Vancouver – Regina 3x weekly April 5 – May 4
Vancouver – Saskatoon 3x weekly April 5 – May 4
Vancouver – Winnipeg 2x daily April 5 – May 4
Kelowna – Victoria 2x daily April 5 – May 4
Calgary – Prince George 1x daily April 5 – May 4
Calgary – London, ON 1x daily March 21 – June 24
Edmonton – Comox 1x daily April 5 – May 4
Edmonton – Victoria 13x weekly April 5 – May 4
Edmonton – Grand Prairie 12x weekly April 5 – May 4
Edmonton – Fort McMurray 25x weekly April 5 – May 4
Edmonton – Yellowknife 1x daily April 5 – May 4
Edmonton – Saskatoon 23x weekly April 5 – May 4
Edmonton – Regina 20x weekly April 5 – May 4
Edmonton – Winnipeg 13x weekly April 5 – May 4
Edmonton – Halifax 5x weekly April 5 – May 4
Lloydminster – Calgary 2x weekly March 19 – June 24
Medicine Hat – Calgary 1x weekly March 21 – June 24
Winnipeg – Regina 1x daily April 5 – May 4
Winnipeg – Ottawa 6x weekly April 5 – May 4
Toronto – Kelowna 7x weekly April 5 – May 4
Toronto – Saskatoon 1x daily April 5 – May 4
Toronto – Regina 1x daily April 5 – May 4
London, ON – Toronto 4x weekly March 22 – June 24
Halifax – Montreal 1x daily April 5 – May 4
St. John’s – Halifax 3x weekly March 21 – May 5

* return to service dates may change